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Problem with dedicated IP

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by softwareguy, May 25, 2006.

  1. softwareguy

    softwareguy Member

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    Just wondering if anyone is having this same problem.
    I was a reseller using the site's main shared IP. However I have recently changed my main reseller account's IP by using the "Change Site's IP Address" feature. Although I'm using this IP for my main domain and for myself, the "resold" accounts that was even under my domain still has the old main shared IP.
    Is this a bug with cPanel? Or is it the way it is?
    Thanks. :D
     
  2. jackie46

    jackie46 BANNED

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    Who knows. I wish i understood what you were talking about. Are you a reseller with an option to change the sites main ip address or are you a server admin?
     
  3. softwareguy

    softwareguy Member

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    Yes, I am a server admin.
    I am just allocating my site to a new IP I bought but it seems that the old accounts under my reseller I created eariler does not use the new IP I have allocated to my site. The old accounts would not use any IPs other than the main shared one.
     
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    For the "resold" accounts you must change their IP address to match the new shared IP; this does not happen automatically.

    You can easily do this via WHM using the following function:
    "Change Multiple Sites' IP Addresses"
     
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    webignition Well-Known Member

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    But can you have more than one shared IP?
     
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