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Vagex need help configuring in VPS with 5 Ips

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  1. morg2k2

    morg2k2 Registered Member

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    Hi Guys,

    I´m trying to configure vagex ip VPS with 5 Ips and i´m having a real hassle.
    Basically when i start 5 instances of firefox with the vagex addin it only counts to the main ip address.

    So there is anyway to configure each IP for an instance or rotating ips or something like that?

    I´ll offer a nice bounty of credits for who will help me on this :)

    thanks,
    Morg.
     
  2. the known

    the known Power Member Premium Member

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    That's weird? What does it say on vagex.com itself? Does it recognise all 5 machines & 5 IP's?
     
  3. morg2k2

    morg2k2 Registered Member

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    Vagex allows up to 5 machines / 5 ips so i am using 1 vps with 5 ips but cannot use the 5 ips so i ask for help
     
  4. morg2k2

    morg2k2 Registered Member

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    Well what hapens is that i have 5 ips beeing one main ip plus 4 allocated to the same NIC, but when i start firefox only the main ip is used, the remaining four are not allocated to be used b firefox, i dont know how i can assign each ip to one firefox instance. All the ips have the same metrics so they have the odds to be used but to be honest only he main ip is used.
     
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    morg2k2 Registered Member

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    Vagex identifies only 1 ip, the main one and 1 machine
     
  6. morg2k2

    morg2k2 Registered Member

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    So none knows how to solve this issue?
     
  7. scottledeuce

    scottledeuce Junior Member

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    There is a way and I'm looking into it right now.
    Could you let me know if you find anything a right now I'm thinking the best way seems to be to just run 4 vm's on your main host and allocate them that way.
     
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    scottledeuce Junior Member

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    To add to your bounty I'll donate 10K credits/views to anyone who can help me get setup with this too
     
  9. morg2k2

    morg2k2 Registered Member

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    This solution is nice but i only have 2gb of ram and with 4 extra vms i will require to have at least 1gbof ram for each vm (with ubuntu)

    To increase the interest i am offering 100.000 vagex credits if it works in the main host.
     
  10. Fxbob

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    There used to be an application called ForceBindIP, I'm not sure if it still works, but it worked on xp, it can be used to do what you want, bind an application to a specific ip.