- Plesk for Windows
There are a lot of subscriptions assigned to an IP address in Plesk for Windows. How to switch all subscriptions to a different IP address?
Note: For Linux, refer to How to replace IP address for domains/clients/resellers in Plesk for Linux
Use Plesk Reconfigurator to re-assign all subscriptions to a different IP address.
- Login to Plesk
- Go to Tools & Settings > IP Addresses and remove the new IP (IP to move subscriptions to), if it is already exists in Plesk. In order to move subscriptions to a different IP with Plesk Reconfigurator, IP should be added on a server directly and it should not exist in Plesk.
- Re-add new IP in Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center > Change adapter settings > Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) > Properties > Advanced > Add
Connect to the server via RDP.
- In the Windows Start menu, select All Programs > Plesk Reconfigurator. The reconfigurator application window will open.
Select Change server IP addresses option. The IP Addresses Reconfiguring window will be opened.
Under Select the IP addresses to be change, select checkboxes corresponding to the IP addresses that are needed to be changed.
Map each selected IP to the needed IP address.
5.1. To map a selected address, click on the selected address entry. The entry will be highlighted.
5.2. Select the address to map to:
To map to an existing IP address, select the Existing Address option.
To map to a new IP address that will be created during mapping, select the Create New IP Address.
The Plesk installation will be reconfigured to use the newly specified IP addresses in place of the old ones. All relevant records in the database will be updated, network adapter settings will be changed (the old IP addresses are removed), FTP and web servers will be reconfigured, and DNS records will be updated accordingly.
If the changing fails during execution, all the changes are rolled back.
Note: When connected to the server through the Remote Desktop connection, a change the server IP address will terminate the session.
More details can be found in Plesk Administration Guide