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Old 9th June 2008, 16:01
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Hi,

We need to move to new data center, so we need to change our IP address for the server ISPConfig. I do know i need to change the IP address for the name server hosting (i have it with godady.com). But i'll have some downtime for it i guss. Is there any way i can do it with out any down time? i am happy with 4 or 6 hours outage (time that i'll move servers).

Also what i need to do at ISPConfig Side (changin IP etc).

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Old 10th June 2008, 11:19
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In ISPCOnfig, change the IP address under management > server > settings. Then open every site, make sure that the correct IP is selected and click on save (even if the correct IP is shown already).
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