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xenica_ipmanager [2018/05/28 17:50]
sathish created
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 We have a dedicated IP manager to manage all IP related tasks like  We have a dedicated IP manager to manage all IP related tasks like 
-  * Assigning IPs to the VM+  * Assigning IPs to the VM automatically on provision
   * Maintaining IP records assigned to the user   * Maintaining IP records assigned to the user
   * Displaying IP availability status   * Displaying IP availability status
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-We have a Concept of NOC/Datacenter in our IP manager, in which IPs are Allotted based on NOC+We have a Concept of Datacenter/NOC in our IP manager, in which IPs are Allotted based on NOC\\
  
-Were you can have multiple servers on a same NOC/DC+Where you can have multiple servers on a different Datacenters (NOCs), and each NOC have its different IP range. and you still need to control all of that from the same WHMCS .
  
-i.e (If you need some servers to use completely different set of IPs, you can simply change ​its NOC/DC to Some other name+i.e If you need some servers to use completely different set of IPs, like when it is located on different Data Center,\\ 
 +you can simply change ​those server'​s '​Datacenter/NOC' field to Some other name, the same name will be used exactly for a range of IPs on the IP Manager , so VMs created on those servers will use only those suitable IPs based on their '​Datacenter/​NOC'​ Field value.
  
-By Default all Servers will be added to **(Default)** NOC+IPs always filtered based on '​Datacenter/​NOC'​ Value of the used server, \\ 
 +if no value specified on the server NOC/DC field (empty), then it is called the Default NOC.\\ 
 +By Default all Servers will be added to **(Default)** NOC Set of IPs Unless you change that value manually.
  
  
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 +Add the **NOC/Data center name** and **save** the Changes  ​
  
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 +You can add 1 or more IP(s) to the Xenica IP manager ​
  
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 +If you want to add a Range of IPs Select
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 +WHMCS Addons -> Xenica -> IP manager -> Click on the Add Range button
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 +{{ :​user:​addiprange.png?​direct |}}
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 +  * Select the Data center/NOC where you want to use these IPs or you can leave it as Default ​
 +  ​
 +  * Enter the First IP address and last IP address,​Last IP address, Submask, Broadcast and Gateway, then click **Add IP Range**
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 +If you want to add 1 or more IPs with different range Select the number of IPs you want to add and Click on **More IP(s)**
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 +From there you can add 1 or more IPs with different range
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 +
 +''​Adding Single IP''​
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 +''​Adding multiple IPs''​
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 +After you added the IPs, you can see the IPs as shown below.
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 +Form here you can Verify ​
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 +  * VM name which the IP(s) assigned to
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 +  * Availability of the IP(s)
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 +  * Data Center of the IP(S)
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 +If you want to delete 1 or more IP(s), Select the Check Box on the right corner and Click **Update IPs Data**
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