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Add new IP Address

Discussion in 'Bind / DNS / Nameserver Issues' started by amir masoud noohi, Jun 11, 2017.

  1. amir masoud noohi

    amir masoud noohi Registered

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    hi i have install esxi on dedicated server on then create new virtual machine and i installed cpanel on that virtual machin !
    now i have a question: i want to add ip for one of my websites what should i do?
    the datacenter is: hetzner.de
     
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    If you wish to change IP address for website , go to WHM >> Account function > Change Website IP to change the IP.
     
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    i know how to change ip / the problem is that i dont know how should i add ip to that server
     
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    Hello :)

    Have you assigned an IP to the VM from ESXI?
    Considering, you have done so, you can add IP to the cPanel/WHM server from IP Functions » Add a New IP Address.
    Here you just need to enter new IP address with proper subnet. Once done, just go to to Account Functions » Change Site’s IP Address assign the new IP address to the desired website.
     
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    NO what should i exactly do ?
     
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    Hello,

    You may want to consult with the documentation or support of the virtualization software you are using for help with that. Here's a third-party URL I found:

    vSphere Documentation Center

    Thank you.
     
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