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Setting up 2 Public IP for IX workplace

Setting up 2 Public IP for IX workplace

Setting up 2 Public IP for IX workplace

(OP)
Hi guys!

Just a quick question, in setting up for 2 public ip(redundancy)for IX workplace is it possible only just to add another ip in B1 interface? Or should I create another cert and enter those 2 Public IPs?

RE: Setting up 2 Public IP for IX workplace

(OP)
@derfloh - is it possible to generate 2 IP's in creating a different machine in port 7071?

RE: Setting up 2 Public IP for IX workplace

(OP)
@derfloh - do you mean in the Machine IP, can i put those 2 IP's in the Machine IP? For the SANS its not working for IP only for DNS

RE: Setting up 2 Public IP for IX workplace

(OP)
I am having error if i put an IP

RE: Setting up 2 Public IP for IX workplace

(OP)
Yup. Theres no problem if I put DNS but when I put dns and IP I am having an error. I can still try tho.

RE: Setting up 2 Public IP for IX workplace

(OP)
Copy that derfloh! Will try that too on monday! Many thanks!!

RE: Setting up 2 Public IP for IX workplace

(OP)
So when generating a cert for abce. In the machine IP it should be the public ip. And I will also put in the SANs the machine and the other public ip? Is that right?

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