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IP addresses not showing in WHM create account

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by chmod, Apr 29, 2004.

  1. chmod

    chmod Well-Known Member

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    Hi, I have 4 IP`s allocated with our dedicated server, one is for our Main Shared Virtual Host IP and the other three are unused and all are showing up in "Show or Delete Current IP Addresses" and none of the three spare IP`s have been reserved.

    But when I go to "Create a New Account" the field "Ip Address (only for new ip-based accounts)" only has the value "--Auto Assign--" in there. Shouldn`t that show "--Auto Assign--" plus my three other IP`s?

    I am wondering where I should look to see if there is a configuration problem. My O/S is RedHat 9, Apache/1.3.29 and I have WHM 9.2.0 cPanel 9.2.0-R20 installed.

    Thanks for any help.
     
  2. Ackthpt

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    answer for this ? Same problem here, except we only have one free IP address. Using the "Change site's IP address" function returns an empty drop down list for available IP addresses, and "Rebuild the IP address Pool" returns "Zero free IP addresses".

    If anyone can lend a hand it would be appreciated, cheers :)

    Clarkson
     
  3. fikse

    fikse Well-Known Member

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    if you create the account with auto assign, then go back and edit the account, can you assing the new IP address there?
     
  4. rviradia

    rviradia Well-Known Member

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    same problem here, hopefully someone knows the solution...

    Thanks

     
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