I have a unmanaged Dedicated CentOS Server running and I've been trying to get a new IP Address for it. My hosting provider allowed me to buy a new IP Address but it's up to me to actually change it ...
I've got a dedicated Centos 6.5 server with nginx and 2 ip-addresses (these are 2 ip(v4)-failover addresses from OVH) for hosting 2 different websites on the same server. I want to add ipv6 addresses ...
I've recently installed Gentoo on a dedicated server. I have 6 IPs, and I forgot to write down one config before I erased the CentOS install. Should I have eth0 = ip1 eth0:0 = ip2 eth0:1 = ip3 eth0:2 ...
We have a client who needs to set up 2 Class C (/24) address ranges in Ubuntu. We have a single nic connected to the switch currently and the IPs are set up at the switch. We have done this many ...