Updating ip address
If you’re migrating your website to In Motion Hosting from another host, one of the last steps you’ll take is pointing your domain’s nameservers to In Motion Hosting’s nameservers.
This will direct your domain’s traffic here, and away from your previous web host.
Even when registering DNS on the client, nothing is added on the DNS servers.
IP Settings on the clients correctly show both DNS servers.
This means that the IP address can change at any time - not ideal if you want to run your Raspberry Pi headless, as you’ll need to keep checking and updating the IP address in your system.
A static IP address however will not change, it assigns your Raspberry Pi a permanent address on your network - so you know exactly where it is at all times.
the line that reads “iface eth0 inet dhcp” is telling the ethernet “eth0” networking interface to use “dhcp” (dynamic IP). Next up, add the following lines directly below the line you just altered, filling the ’s with the date you obtained above.address [your chosen IP address]netmask [your netmask]network [your destination]broadcast [your broadcast range]gateway [your gateway]Don't forget to save your file! Most registrars do not require you to enter in the IP addresses of your nameservers.However, we’ve provided them in the event you can only use IP addresses.My mission, which the sys admin gave me no choice but to accept, was to change the DNS ip addresses each voice server was pointing to.Now in sys admin world, this is hardly a big thing, but in voice world, no change is so small and insignificant that cannot be made intricately cumbersome to complete.