This interface allows you to add an IP address to your IP address pool.
Users with root-level privileges can assign IPv6 addresses to the server's accounts.
This interface allows you to change the IP addresses of multiple accounts simultaneously.
This interface allows you to change an account's IP address.
This interface allows you to specify remote mail server and nameserver IP addresses that the system will then consider as local addresses.
Use the steps in this document to determine your server's authoritative nameservers.
This document describes the final adjustments to change the IP address that Exim uses to send email.
This document describes how to delete or migrate the contents of email accounts in addon domains.
This document demonstrates how to share multiple IP addresses with cPanel & WHM.
The IP Blocker interface allows you to block access to your site for one or more IP addresses or fully qualified domain names (FQDNs).
This feature helps you to change the IP addresses of the cPanel accounts that your server hosts.
This interface adds or deletes an IPv6 address range from the server.
This interface allows you to control a reseller's access to the server's IP addresses.
This interface allows you to specify a shared IP address for a reseller.
This feature scans the server's bound IP addresses in order to locate IP addresses that are not linked to a domain.
The Reserved IP Address Editor interface allows you to configure Apache to ignore HTTP requests on certain IP addresses.
This feature allows you to reserve an IP address that is in your address pool.
This feature lists how your system uses IP addresses.
This feature displays the IP addresses that are bound to your server.
Use this script to update a domain's IP address in the zone file. It will update the domain's source IP address with the destination server's IP address.