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Old 20th September 2013, 15:40
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I have to change IP address of the ISPConfig managed config on several virtual machines soon (changes besides ISPConfig are no problem). Preferrably outside of ISPConfig, so I can prepare that for automatic execution.

In which table(s) of ispconfig 2 would I have to change this? Is this only isp_server and isp_isp_web? (There's also isp_server_ip, but it doesn't contain the IP address of the server all the time.)
And is there a way to automatically create a new Vhosts_ispconfig.conf from that change or should I rather replace the file manually until the next addition/edit of a web which would rewrite it, anyway?

Any other files where ISPConfig might include/manage the IP number?
(dns is not managed by ISPConfig, not running on the same machine.)

Thanks for any suggestions.
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Search for the ip in all tables with phpmyadmin and replace all occurrences. Or download the database as sql drump, replace it with a text editor and import it again. Then change a website in ispconfig to rewrite the Vhost_ispconfig.conf file.

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Any other files where ISPConfig might include/manage the IP number?
Just the network config files of your server.
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Old 24th September 2013, 13:01
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Thanks, I identified four tables containing the IP address:
isp_isp_domain, isp_isp_web, isp_server and isp_server_ip
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