Change Plan form IP to no IP

Curt

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I have an existing plan that I want to change from a IP to a non IP plan but that is the one field that seems to be locked when I go into edit plans.

Does anyone know what file I need to go in to edit in order to make this modification?

Thanks!
 

feanor

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As far as I know this is not automated as of yet (someone correct me if I am wrong) .... You'll need to manually edit the zone for the domain in /var/named

And then, edit the apache config for that particular virtual host (/etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf)

And finally, remove the virtual host entry for the domain's previous unique IP binding in /etc/proftpd.conf

Restart bind / restart proftpd / restart apache

Should be golden.
 

Curt

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I am sorry, maybe I was not very clear on my question. I am not wanting to change an existing client from IP to
non IP.

I am looking to change one of my pre-defined packages in the &edit package& area of the &Packages& menu within WHM from a IP to non-IP based plan for all new account set up's.

I am suspecting that I will need to go in to some file and do a manual edit but I do not know what file to modify and I would like to know if it will mess anything up.

I am trying to avoid killing package and recreating it because as I recall it goes in and tries to change all of the existing accounts assigned to that package.

Thanks!
 

hostbet

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I try it but no results to get a new IP to a website using a share IP.

I think Cpanel should make a way easier to take away the IP or add a new IP to a client. :(

[quote:e5277d159c][i:e5277d159c]Originally posted by feanor[/i:e5277d159c]


As far as I know this is not automated as of yet (someone correct me if I am wrong) .... You'll need to manually edit the zone for the domain in /var/named

And then, edit the apache config for that particular virtual host (/etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf)

And finally, remove the virtual host entry for the domain's previous unique IP binding in /etc/proftpd.conf

Restart bind / restart proftpd / restart apache

Should be golden.[/quote:e5277d159c]
 

feanor

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Feature requests / bug reports can definitely be made.... don't forget.

If you are having problems with this manually... just let me know what is going on and I'll be happy to help guide you to a solution as best as I can.