Question regarding IP setup during cPanel installation ..
I'm just getting started with installing cPanel on my new VPS (previously always used shared hosting).
After cPanel installation, during the setup wizard there is a place where you're asked on which IPs do you intend to use cPanel on. Well I have 1 VPS, but I have 2 IPs, one for each nameserver (ns1.example.com & ns2.example.com) .. So what should I do on this step ? Should I skip it with default settings (used when you only have one IP, according to the guide), or should I specify both IPs here, as if I intend to use the cPanel on both IPs ?
Do note that I only have 1 VPS, which will have the IP used for ns1.example.com, and that is the machine on which my cPanel is installed and licensed, and on which I intend to run my website ..
The hosting which I'm using is Cloud based VPS hosting. I've defined an isolated network in my cloud interface, and then have defined 2 virtual routers inside it, each having its own public static IPv4 address. Then I've defined a VM instance inside the Isolated network, and its connected to ONLY the first one of the two routers. Currently, no other VM is defined which connects with the other second virtual router.
So now when I do an 'ifconfig' inside the one VM I have, I don't see any of the two public IPs listed there. I only see one internal IP address (10.1.1.187) listed, which the first virtual router has given to the only VM instance connected to it.
The public static IP I have for the second router, is what I intend to use for the second nameserver (is this okay?).
So with this in mind, how many IPs should I tell cPanel to provide services on ?
Also, for the given network setup, is it okay to reference the second router's public static IP address as the second nameserver IP, even though there's no direct access between the two right now ?