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From Rajesh Battala <>
Subject RE: change of public IP for ssvm and console proxy
Date Thu, 24 Apr 2014 15:50:06 GMT
In one of the network acquire all the old public ip ranges or in db user_ip_address table mark
those ip's state as allocated 

And for the public ip ranges which are assigned to ssvm/cpvm. Disable the zone. Destroy the
systemvm's. then in the db mark those ip's as allocated or remove those rows from db.
Then enable the zone. Now for ssvm/cpvm will get ip's from new public range which are in free

For the old ip's if they are acquired, release them and delete them from db.

Rajesh Battala

-----Original Message-----
From: Andrei Mikhailovsky [] 
Sent: Thursday, April 24, 2014 4:42 PM
Subject: change of public IP for ssvm and console proxy

Hello guys,

I am planning to decommission one of our public IP ranges. As a part of this process I've
migrated majority of networks to the new IP range. However, I am having difficulties with
changing IPs for the SSVM and Console Proxy servers. How do I change them to the new range.
I've tried manually swapping IPs in the data base, but every time after a reboot or recreation
of ssvm and console proxy they get the IPs from the old range.

From what I understand, I can't delete the old IP range until all networks have been migrated
and all IPs in the old range are Free. So, how do I force ssvm and console proxy to get the
ip from the new range instead of the old one?

Many thanks

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