The Zare API exposes all functionality of the manager via a RESTful API


To make use of the Zare API you will first need to generate yourself an secret key in your Zare manager, this key needs to be provided in all API calls.

All API requests are accessed through https://manager.zare.com and must be sent over HTTPs for added security. All requests made to the API must have the HTTP_AUTHORIZATION header present and and a valid secret key set as the value.

Example Request

POST https://manager.zare.com/api/v1/dedicated
Parameter Description
Authorization (HTTP_AUTHORIZATION - header) Your secret key from the API section of the manager. This must be sent as a header which is called Authorization.
server_id This is your servers unique ID, you can find this by listing all dedicated servers over the API or via the URL bar in the Zare manager.

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