Create Name servers

Hi everyone

Acording to this tutorial I want to have tow IP for my NS records
I have multiple IP address , how should I configure that ?
In this post I asked my question but dident get the answer

Thanks

follow the tutorial

point your domain to ns1. and ns2
(but it will useless if both ip still same machine)

if both ip still in same machine then always use IN A for first IP
and access 8090 first-time using ip that displayed at the end installation progress

so… before you get “crazy” lol … is both ip in same machine ?

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You mean for this I should install 2 Cyberpanel with difrrent IP address?
Becuse I dont know ho set 2 IP in ubuntu , in windows I can…

no


i mean…

you have 2 ip in same machine ??? or … ?

now the point is…
you need to add secondary ip and resolve to your server


1 Machine=Ubuntu Cyberpanel With 2 IP
then you need read Create Name servers - #2 by MyIDKaTePe

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first add the second ip as failover then use Configuring a failover IP | OVH Guides

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Hi and Thanks for reply
in that link you sent , there is config for network and my config is different because I disabled the DHCP and used static IP address . …

look this is your example

network:
    version: 2
    ethernets:
        NETWORK_INTERFACE:
            dhcp4: true
            match:
                macaddress: fa:xx:xx:xx:xx:63
            set-name: NETWORK_INTERFACE
            addresses:
            - IP_FAILOVER/32

And this is my network config :


# This is the network config written by 'subiquity'
network:
  ethernets:
    ens160:
      addresses:
      - my ip range /29
      gateway4: my ip range 
      nameservers:
        addresses:
        - 8.8.8.8
        - 4.2.2.4
        search: []
  version: 2

Would you please tell me what config should I add to this file?

No , In this time I have only 1 IP in my ubuntu server
But I have range of 20 IP address and can use for that purpose

Cyberpanel not have this feature yet i guess…
i know this feature already implement by cpanel decades ago
you can point which ip will used by your cyberpanel client…correct ?

and i think if cyberpanel will add this feature, it will not in 1-2 years hehehehe
because cyberpanel concept it (for me) not for big commercial purpose…

Hi
Since Last answer and I reply for you , do you have any idae?

you cant make NIKE like ADIDAS
other panel perhaps can

like cwp-pro (the cheapest)
cpanel
d.admin

Did I mention you?

It’s none of your business to answer any comments in this forum

Keep your opinion for your self

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no
and you not mention someone
and my mistake i dont see the “reply quote”

  1. this is community help, so everyone can answer and can help.
  2. i spare more time and why not i answer all if i know :slight_smile:
    if i know something…why i kept it for my self ?

as you wish
i will not answer your “test” question for this Hosting Panel (cyberpanel) :slight_smile:

my appologize if i can answer all your question because i know more than you

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  1. if i know something…why i kept it for my self ?

Don’t keep for your self and help to others but do not make fun of others

Now with last you comment you interfere in my question from shoaibkk ,
Do not interfere in something you do not have experience, Because the party mentioned mentions that it has been answered and no longer bothers to remember to answer

im out from this tread… sorry
now tracking muted… goodluck

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first add the second ip as failover then use Configuring a failover IP | OVH Guides

Hi
Since Last answer and I reply for you , do you have any idae?

I mean this :

Hi and Thanks for reply
in that link you sent , there is config for network and my config is different because I disabled the DHCP and used static IP address . …
look this is your example
`network:
version: 2
ethernets:
NETWORK_INTERFACE:
dhcp4: true
match:
macaddress: fa:xx:xx:xx:xx:63
set-name: NETWORK_INTERFACE
addresses:
- IP_FAILOVER/32
And this is my network config :

This is the network config written by ‘subiquity’

network: ethernets: ens160: addresses: - my ip range /29 gateway4: my ip range nameservers: addresses: - 8.8.8.8 - 4.2.2.4 search: [] version: 2

Would you please tell me what config should I add to this file?