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cPanel/WHM IP config

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Keiro, Aug 23, 2009.

  1. Keiro

    Keiro Registered

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    Here's my set up:

    I currently have a VM on my windows box here at my site. It currently hosts CentOS and cPanel/WHM without Fantastico... I think.

    Anyways, the issue here is: I am on a business Comcast line, but my network setup is like this: Router gets the dedicated IP. All other computers, including the VM that the CentOS/cPanel/WHM install is on, gets their IPs from the router.

    How would I get it to stop showing 192.168.1.x and show the public-facing IP, rather than the private IP?

    Or do I have to redo my network and set it up so that the server VM receives the internet-facing IP? =/

    It works... sort of. As long as I remember to edit the e-mails to show the actual internet-facing server IP. It just makes me twitch at seeing the internal network IP right inside the test cPanel, revealing WHICH computer is actually hosting the darned VM!

    Is there a way for me to do this?

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