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riaanroux 15th May 2012 12:18

Change ISPConfig's IP address
 
Hi there.
Please could someone send me the steps to change ISPConfig 3.0.4.5 IP Address and still have all the services running 100%?

I want to add domains and DNS Domains and email then just change the IP address sothat the server is online.

Many thanks for the help.

ISPConfig Rocks.

Riaan

riaanroux 16th May 2012 07:27

Is there anyone that can help me with this I really need to know if I can change the server's IP address after I have added domains on DNS?

falko 16th May 2012 11:30

What's your distribution?

riaanroux 16th May 2012 12:53

I have Ubuntu 10.04.4 LTS

riaanroux 17th May 2012 10:48

I found this link on the internet. is this the correct procedure to change the IP address of ispconfig 3 on ubuntu 10.04

http://www.howforge.com/how-to-change-ip-of-ispconfig

I really do not want to reinstall so want to make sure I do this right.

Thanks
Riaan

falko 17th May 2012 12:19

Quote:

Originally Posted by riaanroux (Post 279182)
I found this link on the internet. is this the correct procedure to change the IP address of ispconfig 3 on ubuntu 10.04

http://www.howforge.com/how-to-change-ip-of-ispconfig

I really do not want to reinstall so want to make sure I do this right.

Thanks
Riaan

These instructions are for ISPConfig 2!

Change the IP in /etc/network/interfaces, adjust /etc/hosts, make sure all web sites in ISPConfig use the new IP and that your DNS records point to the new IP. That should do it.

riaanroux 17th May 2012 12:25

Thank you, and this will update the DNS zones too or should I edit them manually one by one?

falko 17th May 2012 12:29

You must update the DNS zones manually.

riaanroux 26th July 2012 09:11

Hi me again.

Will it be better just to uninstall IPSConfig, change ubuntu's IP address and then reinstall ISPconfig will that not change the IP address where needed?

Thanks
Riaan

falko 27th July 2012 12:04

Not in the DNS zones.


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