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  1. #1
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    Change server IPs - PLEASE HELP!

    Hello

    I want to change whole server IPs. I use cPanel.

    I have main IP used for first nameserver and client sites, and second IP used for second name server.

    What steps I have to make if I would recive 2 new IPs from my Data Center?

    Please help me with this issue - I have DDoS and my DC said that they can only change my IPs to new.

    Thanks!

  2. #2
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    Just open a support request with your DC to add new IP's and specify them to you. Once done, switch all your domains to the new IP's and your name servers
    Sam
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  3. #3
    First, your DC need to setup the route for the new IP.

    Once it is done, change the IP is in the file networking-script...........

    you can find it in sysconfig folder.
    Web Hosting Gurus

  4. #4
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    Thank you for reply. Do I have to change IP in cPanel setup after changing IP in networking-script?

    Thanks

  5. #5
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    You can just run the script /scripts/ipaliases
    Sam
    Supportlobby.com - Expertise in Windows/Linux server support, IaaS and PaaS Management
    Spiralbean.com - Custom Software Development
    Email: exec @ activelobby.net | Skype: unni_active

  6. #6
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    I do not have /scripts/ipaliases on my cpanel installation.

    Any other sugestions?

    I just want to make this IP-change as much trouble-less as possible.

    Maybe any of you did such main-IP change and nameserver ips change on the server before?

    Thanks

  7. #7
    You can just run the script /scripts/ipaliases

  8. #8
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    Don't forget to change your domains nameserver IP's at your registrar.
    UD Network Solutions
    http://udns.us

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