How to create VPS on KVM Virtualizor

Create Storage

Before creating any VMs, it’s necessary to define your storage.

Navigate to Virtualizor Admin Panel -> Storage -> Add Storage.

Create Storage

Create IP pool

Before creating any VMs, it’s necessary to define your IP Pool.

Navigate to Virtualizor Admin Panel -> IP pool -> Create IP pool.

Create IP pool

Step for create new VPS


Check the SPACE, Memory, Load (should be less than 9) of the server where you need to create new VPS.

Steps are given below:

Step 1:

Login into the virtualizer.

Step 2:

Create or select a user account.

Step 3:

Select Operating system.

Step 4:

Give the hostname of the server. ( eg:-

Step 5:

Set the VPS root password. (optional).

Step 6:

Assign the free IP address.

Step 7:

Enter server specification amount (As per customer plan).

Step 8:

Tick the option VNC (Must).

Step 9:

Under network setting.

Step 10:

Under the advanced option.

Step 11:

Select add a virtual server.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. What is KVM Virtualizor?

KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) is a complete virtualization solution for Linux running on x86 hardware that includes virtualization extensions (Intel VT or AMD-V). It is made up of a loadable kernel module called KVM.

Q2. What are KVMS used for?

KVM, which stands for “keyboard, video, mouse,” enables you to manage several computers using just one keyboard, mouse, and monitor. These switches are frequently used to handle racked servers, which contain multiple servers in a single rack.

Q3. Are KVMs worth it?

If you have multiple systems running, a software KVM switch is an efficient method to increase productivity. Using a single keyboard and mouse to handle several computers will save you time and money.