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What is my site number?

  • Applies to: Grid

  • Difficulty: Easy

  • Time needed: 10 minutes

  • Tools needed: AccountCenter access

 
  • Applies to: Grid
    • Difficulty: Easy
    • Time Needed: 10
    • Tools Required: AccountCenter access

Overview

This article provides details about site numbers on the Grid. If possible, we encourage you to remember your site number as you will find it is used with many of the services (such as FTP, SSH, MySQL, etc) associated with your Grid.

What is a site number?

The site number is the unique identifier for your Grid. You will most commonly see the site number used within your Access Domain. In the example, you would replace 00000 with the Site Number for your service.

  • Example of an Access Domain: s00000.gridserver.com

Locate your site number

  1. From the Overview page or Domains tab, select your primary domain. See Figure 1.


    Figure 1. Clicking on your primary domain opens your Grid Control Panel.

  2. The next screen is your Grid Control Panel, click on Server Guide. See Figure 2 below.

    AC ServerGuide-01.jpg
    Figure 2. The Server Guide contains information about your hosting service.

  3. From the left-hand navigation menu, click on Cluster. See Figure 3 as reference.

    AC SG Cluster-01.jpg Figure 3.

  4. Your cluster information is on this new screen, see Figure 4.

    AC SG Cluster-02.jpg
    Figure 4. Sample cluster information.

 

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