IP-addresses (ISPmanager)

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An IP-address in ISPmanager may have one of the following statuses:

  • Shared - any user of the ISPmanager control panel can use this type of addresses and can assign it to a WWW domain.
  • Assigned - can be assigned to any user or reseller of the control panel.
  • Free - can be assign it to user or reseller, but cannot be assigned to WWW domains.
  • Hidden - cannot be used in ISPmanager.
  • Mutual - is assigned to a group of users. They can assign it to WWW domains, but cannot change its name and assign a default WWW domain.

Please, read the article "Working with IP-addresses" for more details.

The IP-addresses management module can be used for managing IP-addresses. You can add new IP-addresses and assign them to WWW domains and reseller accounts.

Module«IP-address»
Image:T-bullet.gif View a list of IP-addresses
Image:T-new.png Add new IP-address
Image:T-edit.png Edit IP-address parameters
Image:T-delete.png Delete IP-address
Image:T-group.png Authorized users

View a list of IP-addresses

  • IP-address - IP-address.
  • Status - types of IP-address Image:isp_pro.png:
  • Shared - any user of the ISPmanager control panel can use this type of addresses and can assign it to a WWW domain.
  • Assigned - can be assigned to any user or reseller of the control panel.
  • Free - can be assign it to user or reseller, but cannot be assigned to WWW domains.
  • Hidden - cannot be used in ISPmanager.
  • Mutual - is assigned to a group of users. They can assign it to WWW domains, but cannot change its name and assign a default WWW domain.
  • Owner - reseller name who is the owner of this IP-address . Image:isp_pro.png
  • Number of WWW domain - number of WWW domains which this IP-address is assigned to.
  • Default WWW domain - default domain which information is displayed in case the WWW domain bound to your IP-address is not provided.
  • Reverse domain name - reverse zone name for this IP-address. This field is only displayed if you have set integration with IPmanager.

Add new IP-address

To add a new IP-address, click the "New" icon and fill out the form:

Module«IP-address»
  • Type of IP-address - select a type:
    • IPv4 - IP-address will be chosen automatically.
    • IPv6 - IP-address will be chosen automatically.
    • Assign IP-address manually - you can provide a required IP-address manually. Enter a single address (12.34.56.78), a range (12.34.56.78-12.34.56.89) or a mask (12.34.56.0/26).
  • Status - select a status for your IP-address:Image:isp_pro.png
  • Shared - any user of the ISPmanager control panel can use this type of addresses and can assign it to a WWW domain.
  • Assigned - can be assigned to any user or reseller of the control panel.
  • Free - can be assign it to user or reseller, but cannot be assigned to WWW domains.
  • Hidden - cannot be used in ISPmanager.
  • Mutual - is assigned to a group of users. They can assign it to WWW domains, but cannot change its name and assign a default WWW domain.
  • Owner - select a reseller or user, who will be the owner of the IP-address. This field is only displayed for IP-addresses with the "Assigned" status.
  • Reverse domain name - enter a reverse domain name for this IP-address. This field is only displayed if you have set up integration with IPmanager.

Edit IP-address parameters

To edit the IP-address's parameters, select it from the list, click the "Edit" icon and change the data. Note, that the form will very depending on the IP-address status and other parameters.

  • Status - select a type of the IP-address.
  • Owner - reseller name, IP-address owner. This field is displayed only for IP-addresses with the "Assigned" status.
  • Default WWW-domain - default WWW domain for the IP-address, that is used in case the server receives the request for a domain and cannot find it.

Delete IP-address

To delete an IP-address, select it from the list and click the "Delete" icon. Confirm that you want to delete the selected IP-address by clicking OK in the following form.

Releasing the IP-address does not remove WWW domains that this address is assigned to. They will become inaccessible via the network. You must assign a different IP-address to those WWW domains to be able to access them.

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