What is the best way to setup multiple domains/ips to one web root?

nsanden

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Title should say it all. Currently the only way I can figure this out is creating an "addon" domain on top of a master domain, change the ip in the dns record for each domain, change the ip in each userdata file. Is this the best route, or is there a more efficient way? It's going to create one big httpd conf file.
 

cPanelTristan

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Is there a reason you would like to have multiple domains housed under the same account with different IP addresses from the main account?

Right now, the only way I know how to do this is the route you've already indicated, although you might be able to use a script to automate it in some manner.

Also, you may wish to voice your support for this feature request that concerns adding support for multiple IPs and SSLs per account:

http://forums.cpanel.net/f145/case-...ple-ssl-certificates-ips-per-acct-138917.html
 

nsanden

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Thank you for the reply.

Well I want the unique IP's for SEO purposes. I want all of the domains to pull from the same web root so I don't have to install and update a hundred different copies of wordpress. If nobody knows a better route, I will probably just do the addon domains and like you said, make a script to automate it as much as I can.