We strongly recommend that you only perform these actions on a new installation of cPanel & WHM. Do not attempt a 1:1 NAT configuration on an existing production server.
When you install cPanel & WHM, the installer will detect whether your server is on a NAT-configured network. If the installer detects a NAT-configured network, your server will configure itself for NAT mode and attempt to automatically map local IP addresses to public IP addresses.
The system attempts to map all non-loopback IP addresses bound to any network interface on the server to a public IP address.
To complete this process, the system performs the following actions:
http://myip.cpanel.net/v1.0/server responds with the public IP address from which it received the request.
We do not recommend that you map more than one local IP map address to a single public IP address.
You can manage the maps for local and remote IP addresses with the following WHM interfaces:
Each interface displays the warning notice NAT mode enabled if NAT is enabled on your server.
If multiple local IP addresses match the same public IP address, the system will only map the first local IP address in the
/usr/local/cpanel/scripts/build_cpnat script uses the
http://myip.cpanel.net/v1.0/ server to map local IP addresses to public IP addresses. However, if you wish to use a different IP address lookup service, perform the following steps:
/etc/cpsources.conf file with a text editor and add the following line:
Update your cPanel accounts' local IP addresses in WHM's IP Migration Wizard interface (WHM >> Home >> IP Functions >> IP Migration Wizard).