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Old 19th April 2013, 17:58
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Default Remote API: Server IPs

I am starting to configure IPv6 on my servers.
But because there are so many IP address combinations and I don't want to enter them all by hand I'd like to write a small script to do this job for me.

To be able to do this I need to access the Server IPs by remote api.
In my installation with the newest stable version of ISPConfig I can't find a method in remoting.inc.php to do this.

Are there already functions for listing, adding and removing IP adresses as managed under System -> Server IPs?
Or is it planned to integrate this?
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Old 22nd April 2013, 11:30
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Yes, these functions exist. see:

server_ip_add
server_ip_update
server_ip_delete
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