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Whitelisting xCloud at Your Server Providers

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To make sure xCloud can connect with your servers, you need to allow xCloud’s IP addresses (IPv4, IPv6) at your service providers. This is crucial, especially if your provider uses a firewall or has strict API access controls.

For whitelisting xCloud IP addresses, you need to head to your firewall setup and allow xCloud IP addresses to your whitelist.

Whitelisting Vultr #

After adding your API keys to xCloud, creating new servers should usually work smoothly. However, if you have set up a cloud firewall on Vultr, you might need to whitelist our IP addresses to successfully start a server. 

Recommended article for details on configuring the firewall is below:

Vultr: https://www.vultr.com/docs/vultr-firewall-quickstart-guide

Remember, at Vultr, you also need to allow the xCloud IPs under the API Access Control by navigating the Account → API field. Simply click on the Allow All IPv4, IPv6 box.

whitelisting xCloud

Find Vultr API here: https://my.vultr.com/settings/#settingsapi

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Updated on May 21, 2024

Server Name

RAM

SSD

xCloud Provider Price/m
(For LTD users)

VULTR Price/m

DO Price/m

Newcomer

1GB

25GB

$4.50

$5.00

$6.00

Basic

2GB

55GB

$9.00

$10

$12.00

Standard

4GB

80GB

$18.00

$20

$24.00

Professional

8GB

160GB

$36.00

$40

$48.00

Business

16GB

320GB

$72.00

$80

$96.00

Server Name

RAM

SSD/NVMe

xCloud Provider Price/m
(For LTD users)

VULTR Price/m

DO Price/m

Lite

1GB

32GB

$5.40

$6.00

$8.00

Personal

2GB

88GB

$16.20

$18.00

$24.00

Growing

4GB

128GB

$21.60

$24.00

$32.00

Elite

8GB

256GB

$43.20

$48.00

$64.00

Titanium

8GB

384GB

$86.40

$96.00

$96.00

Ultimate

32GB

512GB

$172.80

$192.00

$192.00