The “Colocation” service is the equipment deployment in our Tier III data centers.

We offer:

  • host a server;

  • rent a server rack.

We provide:

  • the physical security of the equipment;

  • uninterrupted power supply;

  • guaranteed communication channel with high bandwidth;

  • optimal climate conditions.

You can maintain the equipment on your own or by 3HCloud engineers.

During the hosting a server the client can make a request on:

  • installation the equipment in a rack and initial network of the configuration by 3HCloud engineers;

  • access to the Internet up to 1Gbps;

  • 1 public IPv4 address;

  • 1 public IPv6 address;

  • permanent access to IPMI;

  • technical support 24/7.

During renting a rack we offer:

  • up to 47 units for standard servers;

  • technical support 24/7;

  • dedicated power supply to 5 kW per rack;

  • the basic level of remote maintenance of the equipment - components inspection and commutation.

This section includes a list of hosted servers and the brief information about the servers.

By clicking on the “IPMI” button you can get quick access to the IPMI of the required server.

Clicking on the “More” button will open:

  • Server name. Here you can always change the name to a new one;

  • Server information;

  • Ability to view the active access sessions to IPMI;

  • Information about connected SAN network;

  • Information about connected virtual volumes.

The IPMI access address is permanent. For security purposes an access is blocked by firewall rules. For automatical creation a session with access to 3 hours press the “IPMI” button. To providing the temporary or permanent access to another IP address use the “Create a session” button and specify the required IP-address.

Here you can also disconnect a previously connected virtual volume using the “Disconnect” button or connect a new virtual volume using the “Connect volume” button (the volume should be already created in the “Infrastructure” / “Volumes” section).

Setting up LACP on Linux (debian/ubuntu)

  1. First it is necessary to install ifenslave:

apt-get install ifenslave
  1. Add bonding to text file /etc/modules:

echo 'bonding' >> /etc/modules
  1. Download the module entering the following command in the terminal:

modprobe bonding
  1. Edit the network configuration file:

nano /etc/network/interfaces
  1. Copy and add into this file:

iface lo inet loopback

auto eth0     # (or eno0)
iface eth0 inet manual
bond-master bond0

auto eth1     # (or eno1)
iface eth1 inet manual
bond-master bond0

auto bond0
iface bond0 inet static
address **IP ADDRESS/24 from ticket**
gateway **GATEWAY from ticket**
slaves eth0 eth1      # or en0 eno1
bond-mode 802.3ad
bond-lacp-rate slow
  1. Enable the configured network interface (or restart the server):

ifup bond0
/etc/init.d/networking start
  1. After successfully raising the interface you can monitor its condition in the file /proc/net/bonding/bond0:

cat /proc/net/bonding/bond0