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Can I Add Additional IP Addresses

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Article Number : KB0012528
Published on : 2019-01-23
Last modified : 2019-01-26 00:55:36
Knowledge Base : IT Public Self Help

Adding an additional IP address to your VM

UT-VMG Shared vLAN network

For customers on a UT-VMG shared vLAN network, who want to add an additional IP address to their VM. You may need an IP address on the same network as your existing network adapter OR on a different UT-VMG shared vLAN network.

To add an IP address on the same network as your existing network adapter, you should open a ServiceNow ticket with UT-VMG admins to allocate an IP address to your VM from the non-DHCP range and submit DNS requests on your behalf.

To add a new IP address (from a different network) to your VM, see, UT-VMG - Add a Network Adapter. This process will automatically assign your new network adapter an IP address through DHCP but will not submit DNS requests. So, after adding the new network adapter you should also open a FootPrints ticket with UT-VMG admins to submit DNS requests for the newly added IP address on the VM.

 

UT-VMG Dedicated vLAN network

For customers on dedicated vLANs, who want to additional IP addresses added to their VMs from their private vLANs. You may require an IP address from the same network as your existing network adapter OR on a different dedicated vLAN network you own.

To add an IP address on the same network as your existing network adapter, you can allocate the IP address, configure it on your VM and submit DNS request. UT-VMG admin intervention is not required since you own the vLAN network.

To add a new network adapter (from a different network you own), see, UT-VMG - Add a Network Adapter. If you have provided UT-VMG a DHCP range of IPs, the new network adapter will be automatically assigned an IP address from your range. If you are manually assigning IP addresses, configure the IP address on the VM. UT-VMG admin intervention is not required since you own your network and can allocate the IP address and submit DNS requests.

 

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