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Problem with IP's

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by farmorais, Aug 14, 2012.

  1. farmorais

    farmorais Registered

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    Hello,

    I have one server with 5 ip's, witch I use 3 of them to the WHM (ns1, ns2 and the main IP).

    It was working all right, but a few days ago I started have some problems and conflicts of my IPs and the WHM.

    When I reboot the server, the IP's are not being added automaticly as was before by the WHM.

    I type ifconfig on the terminal and it's appearing only the main IP (not showing the others).

    And when I try to add trought WHM the other IP's, it's appearing a message like this:


    (number of my IP) is already an active IP.

    I also already did /etc/init.d/ipaliases restart

    And /scripts/ipcheck

    And still nothing. Please, can you guys help me out with this issue? I don't know what to do anymore.

    Regards,

    Fabio Morais
     
  2. Escobar

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    Have you tried running upcp?

     
  3. cPanelTristan

    cPanelTristan Quality Assurance Analyst
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    Hello Fabio,

    If you restart the network and then ipaliases, do the IPs show up in ifconfig then?

    If not, can you check for one or more of the IPs in /var/log/messages to see the last entries for the IP for any possible error messages?

    Code:
    grep IP# /var/log/messages
    Replace IP# with the IP number.

    You might want to ping the IPs off the server. It's possible they aren't coming up for reasons unrelated to this but due to something on the network.

    Thanks!
     
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