IP settings changed after release-upgrade - broadcast changed

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by danhansen@denmark, Mar 22, 2013.

  1. danhansen@denmark

    danhansen@denmark Member HowtoForge Supporter


    I have an ISPConfig 3 on Ubuntu Server 10.04

    It seems that IP setting has been changed after release-upgrade or by some other reason. My local IP setup is:

    Server IP:

    Doing "ifconfig" I get a "broadcast" I'm quite sure it used to be "" Is it wrong? And if, do I chance it at the shell or can it be done in ISPConfig 3 controlpanel?

    Looking forward to your response :)
  2. hklcf

    hklcf New Member

    have u disable dhcp?
  3. danhansen@denmark

    danhansen@denmark Member HowtoForge Supporter

    DHCP - Disabled...


    Thanks for your response :eek:

    DHCP is disabled in the webserver, yes... has been set to a static ip
    DHCP in router is running in the range - And I made a static IP setup and portforwarding to the server ip

  4. danhansen@denmark

    danhansen@denmark Member HowtoForge Supporter

    Solution for (broadcast changed) found! But! in the same section....

    You got me thinking about the setup from the start! And therefore I clown'ed around a little more and found this:

    ISPConfig 3 is not changing anything in /etc/network/interfaces by default as the network management feature is disabled in a config file. You must have anabled this manually in the ispconfig config.inc.php file and there you can disable the network configuration again.

    And I did enable that function, due to the text regarding:
    "The network configuration option is only available for Debian and Ubuntu Servers. Do not enable this option if your network interface is not eth0. etc..."

    So thanks for that :eek:)

    But in the same section "Server Config - Nameservers" these ip's is shown:

    Found this after reading 486 sites ;)
    Google's global DNS IPs,, and

    ..and this after reading 232 additional sites ;)
    // If your ISP provided one or more IP addresses for stable
    // nameservers, you probably want to use them as forwarders.
    // Uncomment the following block, and insert the addresses replacing
    // the all-0's placeholder.

    forwarders {;;

    So are these ip's ok? I have a nameserver myself and uses a secondary some other place. Do I replace ";" with my own? Or what is usually done?

    Looking forward to any kind of response :eek:

    Kind Regards,

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