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Ip address not in change sites IP address list

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by hostenz, Jan 17, 2005.

  1. hostenz

    hostenz Registered

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    I wish to move some of my accounts to one of my original IP addresses:

    My server has the addresses currently as
    xx.xx.xxx.172 <main
    xx.xx.xxx.174
    xx.xx.xxx.175 <shared ip

    I want to move 3 accounts to the .174 ip address, but it doesn't show up in the "change site's IP address" function under WHM: it says "current IP address xx.xx.xxx.175" and the only address I can move it to is xx.xx.xxx.172...

    I've looked in a whole lot of the other functions as well, but to no avail. Perhaps I need to edit a config file. Any ideas?

    As a side note, I just acquired a another new IP address, added it to the pool, moved a site to it and all was well - even added it as another name server.

    Any other info needed, message me, or email cpanel-net [no-spam] at hostenz.co.nz

    Regards

    Mathew
     
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    Have you tried "Rebuild the IP Address Pool"???
     
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    The IP address may be reserved, check in WHM under IP Functions >> Show/Edit Reserverd IPs if it is checked here then it will not show up as available in the list of available IPs to move an account to.
     
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    Thanks

    Thanks all that helped: managed to get it done. Through the command line in one of the .conf files, but decided instead that I had better find out how to do it in Cpanel as well...

    Didn't take me long either - I found out how to do it as well - it ended up that I would have had to use the resellers panel to allocate the addresses (which worked after I reverted the .conf file) - I forget exactly which one it was, but if it springs to mind, I will post it here.
     
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