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    For example, I want to create a domain as a forwarder on a server with several IP addresses. Domain is first created with hosting and default IP address. I then change the hosting type to forwarding, but the configuration file at /etc/httpd/conf/plesk.conf.d/forwarding/ contains the default IP address instead of the one domain really resolves to. Changing DNS settings in Plesk does not affect it, and Web Hosting Access menu with the drop-down list of IP addresses is not available for forwarders. Therefore it is necessary to execute plesk bin subscription --update example.com -ip <***.***.***.***>.

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