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adding multiple IP (CentOS)
I have a CentOS server and I want to add many IP. Maybe 30+. I have only 1 network card.
It is no problem to create aliases with cPanel but what I do not know is if it will be possible to have access to ftp, ssh... from all IP. If it try to ftp to 220.127.116.11, 18.104.22.168 or 22.214.171.124 will it work?
Or I will need to have each listening applications to listen to all IP?
I am confused about that. Thanks.
You will have access to all the IP's via ssh, ftp etc. Unless you explicitly block them in the server firewall.
Have a look on the URL given below hope this might help you,
Thanks guys for your help
By default, your services will listen to all IPs bound to the server.
So theoretically, you should see the netstat o/p as:
netstat -plan | grep service ; service can be ssh, ftp:
the 0 0.0.0.0, implies that it listens to all ips bound to the server.
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