The process of creating a free VPS server is very simple. Some people overcomplicate the process and the ones who follow them will get frustrated. Let’s see how we can create a free VPS server in just a few steps, without complicating the process. If you got any issues while following the steps, please feel free to contact me through Telegram.

Step 1: Creating An Account On VPS Provider

Today in this guide, we’re using a site called It’s a site that provides free VPS servers. Unfortunately, this site doesn’t provide any premium servers, in-case you needed to upgrade. So, if you need to create a premium server, you can use DigitalOcean. Follow along the steps below to create an account on the site.

Browse to the site


You will be greeted with this home page. If you’re a new user, you need to click on the button Register to create an account. Remember, you need an Telegram account to create an account on this site. After clicking on the register button, you will be redirected to the registration page, where you’ll be asked for your telegram ID.


Here enter your telegram ID. If you don’t know your telegram ID, just go to the telegram app and search for @haxTG_bot.

Telegram Search

Click on the first result and you’ll get to the telegram bot page, tap on start button and the bot will send you your telegram ID.

Telegram Bot

Enter Your Telegram ID in the form and click on the Submit button. As soon as you tapped on the submit button, The bot will send you an Authentication Code. Copy this code and enter it in the next form, and click submit.

Authentication Code Registration Forum

Congratulation! You have successfully registered on the site. Now, you can login to your account.


Step 2: Creating A VPS Server

After logging in to the site, you’ll be greeted by the VPS information page. where you can see that you do not have a VPS server yet. Click on the Create one here button to create a VPS server.

Create VPS Server

After clicking on the button, you’ll be redirected to the VPS creation page. Here you can setup your VPS server.

VPS Creation

Let’s go through the forum to setup your VPS server.

  • First you need to select your Data Center. Select any data center from the dropdown menu.

  • Next you need to select your Operating system. I have choosed Ubuntu 20, Choose your system according to your needs. If you don’t know what is the best one for you, just go with Ubuntu 20.

  • Next you need to enter a SSH password. This password will be used when we connect to your VPS server through SSH. Remebmer to keep this password safe!

  • This site requires you to select the purpose of your VPS, select one according to your needs.

  • Tick all the tick boxes with license agreements and click on Create VPS button to complete your VPS creation.

VPS Created!

Congratulations! you have succesfully created your VPS server. Now, you can access your VPS server through SSH. But before that, you need to setup a domain name for easy access.

Step 3: Creating A Domain Name

I have written a guide on how to create your own free Top level domain using Freenom and how you can connect it to a free DNS service before. goto This This Link And follow the steps to create and cofigure a domain name.

Step 4: Configuring The DNS Server

After creating your domain name, you need to configure your DNS server. This is the place where you can add your VPS IP to your DNS server. First go to your VPS server’s Information page.

VPS Information

Here you can see your IPV6 Address. Copy this IPV6 address and come to your DNS settings on netlify ( Configured in Step 3 ).

DNS Settings

Click on Add new record button and enter the following details.

DNS Record

Your Record Type Must be AAAA which stands for IPV6 aliases. in the Name tab enter @ symbol to indicate you’re using the root domain. In the Value tab enter your IPV6 address, which you copied from the server. And press save to save your record.

DNS Record

If you did it correctly you’ll be able to see your DNS record as in the above image.

Step 5: SSH Access

Now here comes the fun part. Connecting to your VPS server. Here you have 2 methods.

Method 1: Web Base Terminal

Go to your VPS server’s Information page again. and click on the Web Base Terminal link at the bottom of the information box.

Web Base Terminal

Then you’ll be redirected to the terminal page. Here first you need to enter your SSH password, which we created in step 2. Press on connect button and you’ll be connected to your VPS server.

SSH Connected!

This method is same for all Windows, Mac And linux desktops as well as android terminals.

If you’re in windows. open Command Prompt (CMD), If you’re in Linux or Mac, Open up a terminal window. If you’re using an android device you can download and use an app called Termius. And follow along!

First start a CMD or Terminal window.


Now Enter the following Command And press Enter.

ssh [email protected]<yourdomain>

Here replace <yourdomain> with the domain name you registered in step 3.

SSH Command

After pressing enter, if you followed all the above steps correctly, you should be able to see a prompt asking Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no/[fingerprint])?. You need to enter yes and press enter button to continue.

SSH Command

Again you’ll be asked for the SSH password we created in step 2. Enter it and press enter. (Please note you won’t be able to see the password in the terminal window while entering it. It’s for security purposes.)

SSH Command

If you did everything correctly, you should be able to see your VPS server’s terminal.

SSH Terminal

Congratulations! You have successfully connected to your VPS server. Now, you can access your VPS server through SSH.

Step 6: Updating Your VPS Server

Technically you can do whatever you need right now. But I would recommend you to update your VPS server to the latest version. Follow along the guide to do so.

First enter the command

sudo apt-get update

Then press enter to start updating your repositories.

Update Repositories

It would take a minute or two to update your repositories. After updating your repositories, you need to upgrade your installed packages. to do so, enter the command

sudo apt-get upgrade

Then press enter.

Update Packages

Here you’ll be asked again to confirm your upgrade. Enter y and press the enter button to allow the upgrade.

Update Packages

This will take a while to complete so stay tight. While upgrading your packages, you’ll see a prompt like this one.

Update Packages

Here navigate with up and down arrow keys and select the option which say keep the local version currently installed. Then press enter to confirm. Let the process run. Finally you’ll be able to see a done message.

Update Packages

Congratulations! You have successfully updated your VPS server.

We’ll explore what we can do with such a server in the next article. Follow me on TikTok to get an quick update over the next few days.