Manage dedicated server IP-addresses (DSmanager)

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This module can be used to manage the IP-addresses that are assigned to the dedicated server and reverse domain records corresponding to this address.
Module«Dedicated servers»
Image:T-back.png Вack to the dedicated servers list
Image:T-bullet.gif View the servers' IP-addresses list
Image:T-new.png Add new IP-address
Image:T-edit.png Edit reverse domain record
Image:T-delete.png Unbind IP-address

View the servers' IP-addresses list

  • IP-address - existing IP-address.
  • Domain name - reverse domain name of the IP-address.
  • IP-address type - type of the IP-address:
    • Main - main IP-address of the dedicated server.
    • Alias - additional IP-address assigned to the dedicated server.
    • Group of addresses - several IP-addresses assigned to the dedicated server.

Add new IP-address

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

Module«Dedicated servers»
  • IP-address type - select a type of IP-address you want to add:
    • Main - main IP-address of the dedicated server.
    • Alias - additional IP-address assigned to the dedicated server.
    • Group of addresses - several IP-addresses assigned to the dedicated server.
    • IP-address - selecting auto will assign an IP-address automatically. You can enter a range of IP-addresses (123.45.67.80-123.45.67.90) or a mask (123.45.67.0/24).
  • IP-address group - provide a group of address to be assigned.
  • Domain name - enter a reverse domain name associated with this IP-address.

Edit reverse domain record

To edit a reverse domain record, locate the one you wish to edit, click the "Edit" icon and modify the settings you want to change.

Unbind IP-address

A dedicated server owner can unbind an IP-address that he no longer needs, and then assign in to another server. To unbind the IP-address, select it from the list and click "Delete". Confirm that you want to unbind the selected IP-address by clicking OK on the following form.

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