IP management software? (question for the techies)

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  1. asiatiki

    asiatiki VIP

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    Hey guys,

    I am looking for an IP management solution for Linux servers.

    I had DirectAdmin installed on my server because I wanted a user-friendly way to manage IP addresses BUT in order to assign domains to IPs, I have to create reseller and user accounts, which is a hassle.

    Is there a way for me to have the admin manage everything such as domains & ftp accounts without creating resellers and users? Or is there another solution that would allow me to assign IPs to domains : ns1, ns2, www, mail, etc?
     
  2. KillahBee

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    I would probably go for webmin in that case. It's free and easy to install and you can manage all the things specified above in one interface. For DNS just add the BIND module into it.
    You might run into problems when trying to switch the default MTA (which I think is postfix on centos 6). But in comparion to the other control panels those problems are a lot less severe I think.
     
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    Killah Bee - Do you use webmin? Are you able to monitor connections of tunelled boxes?
     
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    No I have no experience in regards to tunneling IPs and monitoring those with webmin sry
     

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