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How to setup subdomains on different IPs on SYS server?


most_53
14-10-2014, 18:16
Quote Originally Posted by Dani
Hi

You can find a list of all IP on your server within the SYS manager under the IP section.

If you have an order in progress, then the IP should be delivered to you shortly.

Danny
Thanks, waiting.

K.Kode
14-10-2014, 18:03
Quote Originally Posted by most_53
I just saw that my IPs order was not confirmed yet. I think thats why I don't see IPs in my dashboard. I plan to use Ubuntu 14.
Follow the Debian 6 method once they are delivered http://help.ovh.com/IpAlias#link8

Dani
14-10-2014, 17:23
Quote Originally Posted by most_53
But how can I get list of my IPs?
Hi

You can find a list of all IP on your server within the SYS manager under the IP section.

If you have an order in progress, then the IP should be delivered to you shortly.

Danny

heise
14-10-2014, 15:08
The secret lies in IP Bridge tutorial from OVH and IP Alisas tutorial from OVH, depending how you want to use the fail-over ip.

most_53
14-10-2014, 13:56
Quote Originally Posted by K.Kode
What OS are using and have you made any attempts to add them to your networking config?
I just saw that my IPs order was not confirmed yet. I think thats why I don't see IPs in my dashboard. I plan to use Ubuntu 14.

K.Kode
14-10-2014, 13:42
What OS are using and have you made any attempts to add them to your networking config?

most_53
14-10-2014, 12:41
Quote Originally Posted by K.Kode
You'll need to add the IP's to your networking config (OS specific) and the add A records on your DNS server for each. Finally you'll need to tell specify which IP / FQDN pair up in your webservers site configs.
But how can I get list of my IPs?

K.Kode
14-10-2014, 12:38
You'll need to add the IP's to your networking config (OS specific) and the add A records on your DNS server for each. Finally you'll need to tell specify which IP / FQDN pair up in your webservers site configs.

most_53
14-10-2014, 12:00
Quote Originally Posted by mike_
It would be easiest for you if you installed some sort of control panel like Plesk, cPanel, or Froxlor. Also you can use name-based virtual hosts and save those valuable IPv4s.
How can I get list of IPs assigned to my server?
I think it is possible to add virtual hosts on different IPs.

mike_
14-10-2014, 11:44
It would be easiest for you if you installed some sort of control panel like Plesk, cPanel, or Froxlor. Also you can use name-based virtual hosts and save those valuable IPv4s.

most_53
14-10-2014, 10:13
Hi guys,

I'm new with SYS and failover IP thing. I ordered SYS server with few failover IPs. My goal is to setup few virtual hosts on different IPs.
For example:

ip1.domain.com 111.111.111.0
ip2.domain.com 111.111.111.1
ip3.domain.com 111.111.111.2

Can anybody help me with this? Because I am 100% noob.

Thanks,
Max