Wiki.Woiden.id – Woiden.id is a site that provides free NAT VPS that you can use to learn about Linux VPS. NAT VPS uses shared IPv4 and comes with a dedicated static port range that you can use over IPv4.
You can access VPS from Woiden.id both using IPv6 and also using NAT VPS IPv4. So you can login and access the VPS without having to use any tricks to make it work.
The following is a guide on how to Login NAT VPS Using Android. Before entering the method, make sure you already have an account and create a VPS on the Woiden.id site. If not, you can follow How to Create a Free NAT VPS on Woiden.id.
How to Get Public Port for NAT VPS
The first step is to open the Woiden.id site and log in using your account.
Because we previously created a free NAT VPS, the next step is to click the VPS menu and select VPS Info.
After that, click the (IP & Port) Login Details button in the NAT VPS section.
Type PORT in the Request Public Port for NAT VPS field and check the option and I’m not a robot. Then click the REQUEST PORT button.
You will get an IP & Public Port which consists of:
- Public IPv4 : IP to be used for login.
- SSH Port : Port to login to SSH.
- Usable Port : The range of ports that can be used.
Please copy or memorize the IP and Public Port details.
How to Login NAT VPS on Android
Please download the Termius application on the Google Play Store.
Open the Termius app you just installed, tap the + icon and select New Host.
Fill in the NAT VPS configuration data only in the required fields, such as:
- Aliases : Fill as desired.
- Host Name or IP Address : Fill with Public IPv4
- Port : Fill with SSH Port
- Username : fill in the NAT VPS username, default is root.
- Password : Fill in the VPS password that you created at Woiden.id.
Save the configuration by tapping the Check icon in the top right corner of the app.
After that you will see the host you created earlier, tap Host to login your NAT VPS terminal.
Now you have successfully logged into VPS NAT using Android.