How to change domain to Dedicated IP (Hsphere)

How to change domain to Dedicated IP (Hsphere)

To change your domain to a dedicated IP address in Hsphere, do the following steps.

1. Login to hsphere control panel.

2. Go to "Quick Access" on the left hand side menu bar.

3. Under Domain Settings, you will see "Web Options" click on this. If
you have multiple domains, select the one which you want to switch IP's

4. Click Change to Dedicated IP link right below Domain Name.

IMPORTANT: After you switch between shared and dedicated IP's, it will
take several hours before the domain becomes available at the new IP

Domains on dedicated IP's don't have instant access aliases.
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