Splynx installation guide

Before you proceed with the installation, make sure you have a license for Splynx ISP Framework. You can always apply for it here.

Recommended requirements


  • CPU: 4 cores and more
  • CPU Core speed: 2400 Mhz and more
  • Memory: 4 GB (8 GB+ recommended for big installs)
  • SSD: 64 GB and more
  • Network interface: 1 and more

We support the following Virtual Machines – VMWare, XEN, KVM, Hyper-V

Splynx Isp Framework cannot work on OpenVZ containers.

Our system has been successfully tested on the DigitalOcean cloud server (can be used in production).


OS Linux: Ubuntu 20.04 (server) , PHP 7.4, MySQL server

SSL Certificate

Always better to secure your web server with an SSL Certificate

Our partner: GlobeSSL

Installation guideline

⚠️ Make sure you have fresh Ubuntu 20.04 (server) installed.

To install Splynx on your server, please make the following steps:

  • Login to your server via CLI, as root:

For Ubuntu, use the following command to gain root access:

sudo su
  • Perform timezone configuration:
dpkg-reconfigure tzdata
  • Install:
wget -qO- https://deb.splynx.com/setup_4_1 | bash -
apt-get install splynx
  • To Update CA certificates for HTTPS, use the following commands:
apt-get install ca-certificates


Once the installation is completed, type in the address line of the web browser – http://IP_address (e.g. (where the IP_address is the address of your Splynx server).

After that, enter your license key and save it:


After your license key is applied, you will be redirected to the Initial setup menu (you can skip this part, but we highly recommend following these steps to complete the initial setup of your Splynx server):




ℹ️ To Update your server:

Upgrade: Supported OS for upgrade: Ubuntu 20.04 (server) with Splynx 4.1 installed

wget -qO- https://deb.splynx.com/setup_4_1| bash -
apt dist-upgrade


apt-get update
apt-get dist-upgrade


⚠️ Important:

If you have running Splynx v3.0 or earlier, please contact support via support@splynx.com

If you made a mistake when entering your license code (or mysql root password) you can re-enter it with:

dpkg-reconfigure splynx


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