Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of setup_dedicated_ip


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Oct 14, 2007, 5:37:26 PM (12 years ago)
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Jamie McClelland
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  • setup_dedicated_ip

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    33 1. Allocated the IP by editing the [wiki:ip_allocation] page, putting the member domain name next to the next available IP address.
    4  1. Edit the file /etc/network/interfaces on the machine in which the account is hosted. Add a stanza like the following:
     4 1. Edit the file /etc/network/interfaces on the machine in which the account is hosted. Add a stanza like the following (summup.org is the domain name of hosting order. The Address and netmask should reflect the address and netmask of the record you took from the [wiki:ip_allocation IP allocation] page):
    55{{{
    66auto eth0:summup.org
     
    99  netmask 255.255.255.240
    1010}}}
    11 summup.org is the domain name of hosting order. The Address and netmask should reflect the address and netmask of the record you took from the [wiki:ip_allocation IP allocation] page.
    12  1. Bring the new IP up with:
     11 1. Bring the new IP up with (change summup.org to the domain name that you used):
    1312{{{
    14 sudo ifup eth0:summup.org (Change summup.org to the domain name that you used)
     13sudo ifup eth0:summup.org
    1514}}}
    1615 1. Modify the DNS records via red. For advanced users, you should ask them to make this change. Change the IP address of the A records to the new ip (usually this would just be, in the example above, summup.org and www.summup.org). The SSL certificate will typically only apply to these domains - so you don't want to change the IP address of, for example, summup.mayfirst.org.