NEW IP are not working

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by superguigui3, Jun 25, 2007.

  1. superguigui3

    superguigui3 New Member


    I've tried to add new IP on my serveur using Management -> Server -> Settings -> Ip List

    i have my IPs, but noting under the Shell when i use ifconfig.

    Anyone have a explication ?

  2. mlz

    mlz New Member

    Adding them to the ip list makes them available to ISPConfig, you still need to add them to the OS. With CentOS, RHEL, and Fedora, this is in the /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts directory.
  3. superguigui3

    superguigui3 New Member

    Oh.... That's a bad news.
    I was looking for a kind of manual fail over system with Rsynch and a web panel to mount ip address...
  4. mlz

    mlz New Member

    Hmm, install webmin and turn off the apache, postfix, bind, and proftpd modules (they'll screw up your ISPConfig install) and you can use that to manipulate your IP.

    I'd love to see fall over in ISPConfig 3....
  5. superguigui3

    superguigui3 New Member

    I'll install Plesk ... :(
  6. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    ISPConfig can configure the IP addresses automatically for you too, no need to use plesk for this. You just missed to enable this function.

    Change the line:

    $go_info["server"]["network_config"] = 0; // 0 = none, 1 = automatic


    $go_info["server"]["network_config"] = 1; // 0 = none, 1 = automatic
  7. superguigui3

    superguigui3 New Member

    ho no, I've just uninstalled ISP Config ...
    Ok i'll re install and test ...

    Where is this line ?

  8. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    The line is in:

  9. hairydog2

    hairydog2 New Member

    Is there a drawback to doing this? If I enable it, and add more IPs later in the week, will it work OK?

    Why isn't it enabled by default?

  10. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    This function is not enabled by default because some poeple use their server in a router like setup with 2 network cards with different IP addresses and this kind of setup will get overridden by the ISPConfig auto IP feature.
  11. hairydog2

    hairydog2 New Member

    OK, that's not a problem for me, as far as I know. The only odd thing I have is that the ispc admin has its own IP address on port 443 instead or port 81 (which caused problems). Will that be OK if I switch it to Auto?
  12. mlz

    mlz New Member

    Till, might be an idea to setup a wiki or something for documentation for ISPConfig. I'd wondered about that config setting and not knowing what it was, decided to leave it along. Would have been handy to know about.
  13. hairydog2

    hairydog2 New Member

    I disagree. Far better to either write proper structured documentation or to "document" it in this forum. I've never found a wiki that really works well and is properly structured and updated. This forum works well, so why split the knowledgebase?
  14. mlz

    mlz New Member

    There I would disagree. How many times does the same question get answered because people don't search the forums.

    Wiki's do work, tho' I prefer to use the Drupal books. My only issue with wiki's is that you must have an active community, and moderator(s) that do their job.

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