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
Need this feature for the same website under 2 IPv4s from 2 different upstream providers (Mainland China IP and international IP).
Gianluca DB commented
When the domain has multiple IP addresses, Let's Encrypt could not "guess" what exact IP address it should make a request to. This is another reason to add this feature.
We need this!
Björn Strausmann commented
Hello, i need this feature for failover with different IP Adresses for the same Domain. On Failover the IP Adresse are changed to the another ip from the Domain.
I wait now 4 years. Solution: deinstall Plesk and manage by your self .. plesk do not help
the sub domain dedicated ip address.
Is this feature ready? We would like it as soon as possible..... pleaseeeeeeee
Alexander Yamshanov commented
Link to Plesk forum for discussion: https://talk.plesk.com/threads/dedicated-ip-in-domain-aliases.343176/
Forgive my English, I use google translator since I am Spanish.
I encounter a problem, I need a domain alias to have a dedicated IP, I need it for the prestashop multi-store.
In plesk I get the following:
The web hosting for this domain has been configured in IP address ****
We need to be able to choose the IP of the domain alias among those available on the server.
Thank you very much!
One of our clients had to buy multiply plans for this feature.
Please, make this happen.
Many, many users are asking for this feature.
We definitely need this feature for TYPO3-systems where one customer runs many domains within one instance of the cms. UCCs are not usable because the customer launches a new site (domain) every 2 or 3 months.
Is this feature on the roadmap and if, for when is it planned?
How long we need to wait? All control panels have this feature already.
i need this for use my Software with many domains on same doc_root
i am using one Application (one installation) to run multible Domains with different templates and content. ever site use his own IP Address
AmaZili Communication commented
@Sergey, SNI is not available for Let's Encrypt certificates, especially we are stuck with current LE implementation in the plesk addon that does not allows for subdomains certificates creation....
We would love to use a different IP for subdomains like when you have a brand site and a shop for the brand, it would help a lot....
Andy Bird commented
is this any closer to happening.. really useful feature
Rico Rothenburger commented
For example, a customer orders an own IP. For the move would have the old and the new IP deposit if the customer remains on the same server. Thus, the customer would be temporarily available on both addresses.
If the DNS entries have been changed globally, the old IP can be removed again. Similar to SEO URLs. In the database, the mapping to the old domain will also be saved at the same time always.
Here it is not just about aliases. The IP is to assign only one subscription. A subscription may also have multiple domains. Currently, a new domain is treated the same as an alias, if this domain is the same subscription.
Billon Lanfrey Matthieu commented
The main reason i need this, is gmail, we need proper ipv6 reverse to avoid being classified as spam.
I have three distinct magento shop on the smae webspace, only one at a time can be set properly...
...or am i missing something, cause i'm suprised no one else talked about this ?
Having multiple shared IPs would allow to mitigate DDoS attacks when server room is using blackholing. Having multiple shared IPs per website would allow to use DNS based round robin and allow website to be available even during blackholing running on one of this IP addresses.
Even having possibility to bing all websites to *:80 would be usefull because DNS templates can be altered to allow creation of multiple A records with various IP addresses.
Marco Marsala commented
In my opinion multiple IPs per domaon would be useful for segmenting web traffic and outgoing mails (automated emails and regular user emails) helping too to track down sources of spam or root cause of MTA's poor reputation outside