Have multiple IPs in one subscription
Make each site able to run on its own IP.
If you would support this feature, please please tell us in the comments how you would use it - i.e. for SSL
@PD, that sounds completely fair. I have never known Plesk to just terminate licenses unless they've been abused.
Licenses can be blocked or terminated when license conditions are violated. For example when the same license is used on different servers or instances. The rule is: 1 dedicated server = 1 license. 1 virtual server = 1 license. From the previous post it sounds as if the same license was used to operate 2 servers. I already asked the affected user to please contact licensing support if he believes that his license was terminated in error. We'll be happy to assist in such cases. We'll also terminate a license if it is wrongfully used multiple times for different servers, but that is obvious and everyone knows it or can know it from the license conditions.
@nils50122 cPanel is owned by the same company. Why would they block your license?
Nice, Plesk blocked my paid Web Plesk Admin Edition for 10 Domains what i use for 2 Domains on 2 IPs. See these thread from 2013, so there no hope - need to change to cPanel.
This would also be usefull to me
Any news since 2014 ??
I need multiple IP address support.
We are now in 2022.
It is still planned, but nothing happens, not even a word about progressig on this issue voted by near half a thousand of pleskians.
Can someone take this and be in charge to turn it from planned to done ?
Any news about this needed feature ?
We have a lot of customers demand for that, should we shift from plesk to another solution in order to reply to their requests ?
This is planned since 2014 !!!!
+1 for me !
Hi @sergey ,
A lot of our customers have the need for multiple IP on one subscription allocated either to alias or subdomains dépending on the type of developpement.
We agree with Benjamin Argoud : "Currently, Domain aliases and subdomain have the same IP than the primary domain. It will be a nice thing for websites which use an extension for each country with a geolocated IP attached to each domain."
It would be too bad to leave plesk that we use on all our servers for this resquest that is so called "Planned" since 6 years now.
Please Plesk people we are almost 400 requesting such a dévelopement
Scott H commented
I would also like this functionality when an IP address change is needed for quickly.
@Sergei I think if you read the thread all along, you would understand the needs.
Multiple IP with certificate (how can man do without it these days on the web ?) on one subscription can be for multiple domaines as well as for multiple subdomains.
This is key to localization of websites domains.
This is key for SEO purpose.
321 people votes so far, one of the most voted at the time, waiting for Plesk to do something about that since 2014 (Five long years !)
Please do something, start developping and give us delivery plans with firm dates of release, saying "Planned" is not enought...
It's Now 2020, this lasts for 6 years....
It's crucial for most of your customers.
Please answer !
Ricky Nkansah commented
It's very sad we dont have this feature to.use
Waiting for 1 year... Finally migrated to cPanel...
Hey Sergey !
No answers to almost 300 people !
This is PLANNED since 2014, hey, we are almost done with 2019 !
Multiple IP for a subscription would ease life to ANYONE, gives more flexibility for hosters like us.
Can you please deign to answer all these people?
We appreciate Plesk but we have to keep on tracks with customers needs, may be it's the same for you ?
Thanks for a quick answer
IP redundancy / flexibility if it can be called that way.
Recently an IP was blocked by MS mail (outlook, hotmail, etc) and a IP change was done as the server had available IP ready to be assignated. Even though the new IP is serving the same server, the site was not available in different zones due to propagation time.
it's useful so to have the same website both on a public interface and on a private (VPN) interface.
Really i'm amazed it's not yet implemented. Apache and Nginx support it from the very beginning.
5 years of review. WTF. This is an important feature.