Updated on October 20, 2021

Adding an IPv4 #

To add an IP or multiple IPs, go to IPv4, then select your network of choice. Once inside, press the button “add range IPs.” To add the IPs is through a range of IPs using both forms field. The first one is for the initial IP of the Network and the second field for the last one. For example, to

After submitting the range of IP, it will display in the section. Once it is added, a list with all the IPs will show.

Each IP can be assigned to a VPS and tagged. Once you press the setting button, you can select which tag each IP would have, as well as which VPS will be assigned.


When an IP has assigned a reserved tag, it can’t be automatically assigned to a VPS.


This tag is automatically assigned when the IP is detected in a blacklist, although it can be set manually. If this tag is assigned, the IP can’t have input or output traffic if it is assigned to any VPS, and the option “Block traffic from IPs with the tag blacklisted” is enabled in settings. 


 This tag is assigned automatically when an IP is detected in the SolusVM system, although it can be set manually. To be able to assign this tag automatically, the setting  SolusVM system must be correct. 


 This tag is assigned automatically when an IP belongs to a suspended user or VPS, although it can be assigned manually.

After you assign a VPS, it will redirect you to the VPS panel if you press the name.

Another option you will see on the IP is Inetnum and allows you to create inetnum.


 To enable inetnum you must configure RIPE.  Learn more in ripe

It is possible to leave a comment for the IP; by default, these comments are only visible to the admin, but you can enable it for the user to see. 

You can have as many comments as needed. 

It is possible to scan if an IP is on a blacklist.

Press the information icon button, and a pop-up window will appear to verify you want to run this option.

The option “move to another network” allows you to manage the selected IPs from a network to another.

How to delete an IP #

To delete an IP :

  1. Select the chosen IP 
  2. Press the delete button

A popup window will appear to verify you want to delete the IP. 

IP History #

You can consult the history of each IP. To consult the history, select the IP you want to see, and you will be redirected to the IP history.

You will visualize different phases of the VPS, such as the creation of the IP,  assigning the VPS, or assigning IP to a user.

Inside this section, you can find a tag that redirects you to the user profile for a quick view.

Subnet #

A subnet is a logical subdivision of an IP network.

How to create a subnet #

To create a Subnet 

  1. Press Add subnet.
  2. Insert the rage for the subnet.
  3. A list of IPs will appear, and you can select as many as you need.
  4. Press assign user.

After you select the subnet or subnets and press on assign user.

A popup window will appear with a list of all the users you have. Keep in mind that you can select only one user.

Once you assign a user, the subnet will have different options.

  • Assign a tag.
  • Leaving a comment.

How to create inetnum #

Once you create your subnet, you’ll find a section that will show your inetnum; if you select this option, you can create Inetnums.

To create an Inetneum go to 

  1. Ip management
  2. IPv4
  3. Select subnet
  4. Select RIPE inetnum
  5. Select create inetnum

Once inside

  1. Select the subnet range
  2. Enter the inetnum name
  3. Enter a description
  4. Select your country
  5. Admin
  6. Tech
  7. Press submit

How to delete a subnet #

To delete a subnet:

  1. Go to IP management
  2. Select IPv4
  3. Select network
  4. Go to subnet
  5. Select the subnet you want to delete
  6. Press the delete button

A pop up window will appear to verify you want to delete the subnet.