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
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
Anthony F commented
I wish this feature will be implemanted quickly.
It's very usefull for SEO, and it's important we know that.
I got some localized version of my website hosted as
Today there are all hosted as an unique IP. This ip i marked as a french IP (geo information).
Google looks this parameters.
I wish i can have subdomains whith different IPS on the same subscription, to use the same DOCUMENT_ROOT
and to set the public IP on different geo localisation information for each contries to up as possible my result on Google for the request on those countries.
Please make me dreaming with this featuer 8) 8)
PLANNED, but when?
The suggestion has been there since 2013 ...
Michael Huber commented
use different IP's in one subscription for different Domains and Subdomains. Also SNI for SSL/TLS Support. Thanx
Very important! I hope to have this option as soon as possible.
Not having this ability sucks
Christian Heutger commented
Support the idea for multi-homed environment requiring a local IP for local access in addition with a VPN IP for VPN access. With an alias I could choose a local and a VPN name.
Ryan Ward commented
We could really use this feature.
Michael Huber commented
May Users are presuppose to have different IP's for different Domains (i think for SEO). we own many IP ranges and want to provide this as Service and feature
Dennis Brouwer commented
I need this also... i have multiple non-SSL website's under one subscription and one website which needed SSL now under another account because else i got in to trouble with IP's :(
Andrew Cranson commented
SNI doesn't work for us until Windows XP is gone - there's too many users still using XP or older browsers on other OS's who access websites we host.
For us it's definitely about different domains on different IP's for SSL.
Hannu Virta commented
Just to add more optional security
Ross Kendall commented
Very glad to see that this is now planned
Felipe Santos commented
When i have email mkt system runing under domain i can set it up multiple ips to this to make a ip load balance.
This is very usefull.
Niels vd spek commented
For us it is also to use of multiple SSL's as well
Stéphan S commented
I have written a quick guide for a quick 'n dirty hack:
It can also be done via custom vhost templates, but I feel the best way for this to be incorporated is for Plesk to have it as default.
Ferry van Steen commented
I'm looking for something somewhat else, I need multiple IP's on 1 site. The plesk box is multi-homed (several VPN's coming in) and this website needs to be accessible over all the VPN's.
This is only possible if apache listens to all the IP addresses (1 for VPN1, 1 for VPN2 + external IP = 3 total).