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Plesk 9.3.0 - Change Listening IP address

Posted on 2011-03-17
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Hi,

I am running a Linux root server (Cent OS5) with Plesk 9.3.0.
I have two IP adresses, but only one IP should be used by Plesk.

On the other IP there should be running an application server using Tomcat.

How can I configure this?

Best regards,
Volker :-)
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by:CombatGold1
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Open the httpd.conf file and find a line with "listen 80" and change it to "listen ipaddress:80".

The location of your httpd.conf file could vary, but check at:

/etc/apache
/etc/apache2
/etc/httpd/conf
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by:kurthv
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Well, this seems to solve the problem in parts.

Websites (Port 80) will only respond to the first IP.
But Plesk Panel itself still sees both IPs.
I can also assign both IP addresses suing Plesk Panel.
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Update the "listen" directives in the Plesk httpd configuration too, usually at:

/usr/local/psa/admin/conf/httpd.conf
/usr/local/psa/admin/conf/httpsd.conf (if you're using HTTPS)
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