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Old 31st May 2013, 01:14
JESUSSAVES JESUSSAVES is offline
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Thank you again for your response.

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Instead of moving the IP to a new ISP, you might be able to change the dns record of your domain name to a new server / virtual server with new ip which is reachable on port 25.
Wasn't really sure how to point to a new virtual server so I went with a new ISP and got a new static IP address. The previous IP address was dynamic but it hadn't changed since I first got the service 2 years ago.

I figured I don't yet have all that many sites and I would just change them all manually.

OK, new ISP service up and running and I obviously can access the internet and I'm doing so thru my same old router. Didn't even need a modem, just ran the rs232 cable straight to the router and I was good to go.

But now ISPConfig won't respond @ server.example.tld:8080. Was it because I changed from dynamic to static IP and server network doesn't know?

Thank you once again for your assistance.
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