IP migration map XML file contains the set of IPs to be replaced with new ones.
This file must be created in the cpanel user home directory ~cpanel/
and must have cpanel:cpanel ownership.
This document explains alternative ways of creating ipmigration.xml.
Creating ipmigration.xml Manually
IP migration XML has the following format:
<!DOCTYPE ips [
<!ELEMENT ips (ip+)>
<!ELEMENT ip (#PCDATA)>
<!ATTLIST ip name CDATA #REQUIRED>
<!ATTLIST ip new_ip CDATA #REQUIRED>
<!ATTLIST ip new_mask CDATA "[New_NetMask]">
<!-- Delete the lines with IPs you don't want to migrate! -->
<ip name="[Old_IP1]" new_ip="[New_IP1]"/>
<ip name="[Old_IP2]" new_ip="[New_IP2]"/>
<ip name="[Old_IP3]" new_ip="[New_IP3]"/>
<ip name="[Old_IP4]" new_ip="[New_IP4]" new_mask="[New_NetMask2]"/>
In the DTD header of the XML file, specify what
attributes will be provided with each IP. Set [New_NetMask]
to the default netmask value for new IPs:
<!ATTLIST ip new_mask CDATA "255.255.255.0">
To set a different netmask for a particular IP, set the new_mask attribute
in the ip tag for that IP. Otherwise, omit the new_mask attribute.
In the <ips> ... </ips> block, list all old-new
IP pairs, including users' dedicated IPs. If you have specified the
common netmask in the DTD header, you don't need to set it in the
definition line for each individual IP:
<ip name="[Old_IP]" new_ip="[New_IP]" />
If you have set new mask in the DTD header to #REQUIRED,
you need to specify the netmask parameter for each IP:
<ip name="[Old_IP]" new_ip="[New_IP]" new_mask="[New_NetMask]"/>