bookmark_borderSetting Labels on a VPS in CrownPanel

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In this week’s feature highlight, we will look at how to set a label on a VPS in CrownPanel.

Labels are identifiers for your VPS’s to easily mark and/or group servers together, You can set the VPS labels and color according to your usage of the server.

Setting labels on a VPS is easy as it gets:

First, Click on the “Manage” button beside the VM you wish to Label


Next, Switch to the “Label” Tab.


Next, Click on Add Label to add the label to the VPS.


Here, you can fill in the Label Text and select the Colour you wish to use from Red/Green/Blue. Then, Click on Add Label to Confirm.


After setting a label on a VPS it will look like this,


You can remove Label by clicking the Cross mark as shown in the below screenshot.


bookmark_borderUsing SSH keys with your KVM VPS on CrownPanel


In this week’s feature highlight, we look at how to use SSH keys with your KVM VPS on CrownPanel.

SSH (Secure Shell) is a widely-used protocol for interacting with remote servers for configuration and general usage. SSH keys provide a more secure way of logging into a server with SSH than using a password alone.

Here just a few easy steps to add a new key and use it.

Click on “SSH Keys” in the navbar,

Click on “New Key” to add a new SSH key,

Once the key is added, switch to the “VPS List” from the navbar,

Click on the “Manage” button beside the VPS you wish to manage,

Switch to the “Reinstall” tab and you can now select your SSH key,


bookmark_border2Factor Authentication in CrownPanel


In this week’s feature highlight, we look at how to enable 2Factor Authentication in CrownPanel.

Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a security process in which users provide two different authentication factors to verify themselves. This process is done to better protect both the user’s credentials and the resources the user can access.

It’s easy to enable the 2Factor authentication in our control panel.

Step 1: Enable,

To enable 2Factor Authentication, log in to your account, head over to the Account Settings menu here, click on Enable 2FA.

Enable 2FA

Step 2: Verification,

Verify 2FA

Next, you will be presented with a QR code and for other devices, we also list the Account Name and Key which can be manually input into your 2FA app.

Once you’ve scanned the QR code and/or setup the 2FA profile with the Account Name/Key, Enter the token you get from your 2Factor App to verify that the 2Factor setup has been successful.

You may cancel the setup at this stage if you wish to not setup 2Factor authentication.

Step 3: Verification,

Once the token has been entered and verified, you will get a success message confirming this.

2FA Enabled Successfully,

Enabled 2FA

Upon your next login, You will be presented with the 2Factor page to confirm your token before continuing to your account.

To Disable 2FA,

Disable 2FA

You may disable 2Factor authentication by visiting the Account Settings page once logged in.

Please contact our support for any additional assistance you may need in setting up/using 2Factor authentication for your account.

bookmark_borderFeature Highlight: Enabling PPP, TUN/TAP or FUSE on your OpenVZ based VPS


In this week’s feature highlight, we look at how to enable PPP, TUN/TAP, or FUSE in our control panel.

It’s easy to enable the TUN/TAP, PPP, and FUSE modules from the VPS management portal.

1) Login to your VPS management portal(

2) Click on Manage button.


3) Now select Setting to open the module setting


TUN/TAP Module

To enable the TUN/TAP module, click on Re-enable TUN/TAP.


To verify the module, access the server through SSH and run the following command:

cat /dev/net/tun

If the output is “File descriptor in bad state” it means that TUN/TAP is enabled. If the output is “No such device” it means TUN/TAP is not enabled.

PPP Module

To enable the PPP module, click on Re-enable PPP.


To verify the module, access the server through SSH and run the following command:


You will receive a message asking for the password or some garbage characters like ~ÿ}#À!}!}!} }4}”}&} }%%% } } }%.

FUSE Module

To enable the FUSE module, click on Re-enable FUSE.