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Old 12th October 2006, 23:22
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Originally Posted by falko
You must change the IP address (don't know which distribution you use otherwise I could tell you which file to edit), then have a look at your Apache configuration and at /root/ispconfig/httpd/conf/httpd.conf and replace the IP address if it is in there, also in /etc/postfix/main.cf, then in /etc/proftpd.conf and its included files (some of them have an IP address in their name so you must change the file name, too), and then in the ISPConfig web interface (under Management -> Server -> Settings). You can then check the ISPConfig MySQL database if the old IP address is still in there and replace it, if necessary.
The server I'm running ISPConfig on has moved to a different rack, and has been assigned a new range of IP addresses. For now, the old IPs are being routed to the new location, but that will have to change soon.

I have three IPs to use. I want to use one for most of the public-facing sites, one for ISPConfig admin, running on the normal https port becasue port 81 gets blocked by too many places, and the other for a public-facing site that needs its own SSL certificate.

I decided to try moving just one site to the new IP to start with. I thought that I would be able to do it this way:

1. Add the new IP addresses on ISPConfig | Management | Server/Settings | Server/IP List

2. ISPConfig | ISP Manager | <website> | Basis | IP Address | choose the relevant IP from the drop-down list.

3. ISPConfig | DNS Manager | <domain name> | Domain | new.ip.address

4. ISPConfig | DNS Manager | <domain name> | Records | IP-adresse | new.ip.address

But I've done all that, and it doesn't work. The connection times out.

What should I be doing?
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