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Old 16th July 2010, 03:23
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today I changed my server ip address.
When i start, ISPConfig (2.2.35) change the ip in apache Vhosts_ispconfig.conf to old ip. How do I keep the new ip. In customer administration ==> site management which shows the customer sites shows me the ip, but it shows the old. Where does that value as in mysql ip change to the new in all tables.
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Old 16th July 2010, 16:57
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Please modify the IP under Management > Server > Settings.
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Old 16th July 2010, 19:03
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Hi Falko:

Remains the same.
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It might work if I upgrade to 2.2.36?
The tables in the database show the new ip.
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Hi Falko:

Remains the same.
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It might work if I upgrade to 2.2.36?
The tables in the database show the new ip.
I upgraded to 2.2.36 and same problem... when start ispconfig change to old ip. Hurry. Any idea?

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Old 17th July 2010, 07:12
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If the number of sites are not too many, please update each site's ip manually in the ipsconfig panel, otherwise use a sql update command to do the job and then mark the record update tag to "require update"
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After you've changed the IP under Management > Server > Settings, you must change the IP for all your web sites in ISPConfig as well.
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If the number of sites are not too many, please update each site's ip manually in the ipsconfig panel, otherwise use a sql update command to do the job and then mark the record update tag to "require update"(table name and field name?)
When i see table all field with ip number has 190.nn.nn.nn (new ip).
From where read data ispconfig for show old ip data?
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