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Old 20th June 2009, 11:47
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Do I check the HTTP NameVirtualHost box?
Yes, thats the default.

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That could be a DNS problem. Do I need to change/add anything to the DNS records? I already changed the A record to reflect the new IP. I'm using my own server as NS1, but it's using the first public IP address still. It's also been 12 hours and I'm still showing the old IP when I DIG the URL. It just might not have been long enough yet I guess.
Are you sure that your server is the authoritive nameserver for this domain? To query the local dns server use:

dig @localhost domain.tld

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Do I have to edit the /etc/hosts or /etc/network/interfaces manually for it to see the new public or private IP's?
Public IP addresses have only be configured on your router and not your server. Private IP addresses have to be configured on your server of course in the config files.
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