Overall information about Bunnyshell and Vultr
Bunnsyhell platform allows you to connect or create a High Frequency Compute.
If you have a pre-existing Vultr HFC , you can import your server in the Bunnyshell dashboard. Learn more on how to import a server.
If you want to create a server directly from our platform, you can do that as well, by clicking on Virtual Machines -> Create Virtual Machine -> Select Vultr -> Choose what options best fit your need and then click on Create.
This guide assumes you know how to get to this stage. If you don't, you can learn more on how to connect a cloud to Bunnyshell.
A Personal Access Token is required in order to connect Bunnyshell with Vultr. Assuming you already have an account, follow these steps to generate a key and add it in your Bunnyshell account:
- Generate Personal Access Token
- Allow Access for Access Token to any Ipv4 Ip
- Enable Multiple Private Networks
- Connect Vultr Account with Bunnyshell
1. Generate Personal Access Token
1.1. From the side menu, select Settings
1.2.Go to the Api Users tab
1.3. From here you can generate a Personal Access Token than can be used to connect your Vultr account with Bunnyshell. Click on Generate API User
1.4. Once you click on that, a popup will appear, asking for the name of the User. Once you typed it in, click Generate.
1.5 You can now see your user in the Api Users list
2. Allow Access for Access Token to any Ipv4 Ip
For now, Bunnyshell uses multiple dynamic IPs to provision your Cloud Account so you must whitelist Any IPv4 from Access Control
3. Enable Multiple Private Networks
In order for Bunnyshell to function, you must enable Private Networks. From Product go to Network -> Private Networks and ensure Multiple Private Networks is enabled.
4. Connect Vultr Account with Bunnyshell
4.1. Select the Vultr icon. You can see that because the purple bar is underlining the icon of the selected cloud.
4.2. Add in your Vultr Access token
4.3. Click Connect Vultr Account