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Darthkatzs
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I'm interested in moving to Virtualizor, however, I noticed that you can only separately set up the mac addresses per ip.
I have quite some ip ranges that I would need to import and a lot of them will need the same mac address.
Is there any way for me to be able to bulk set the mac for an ip range?
This would pretty much be a make or break for me.
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chirag
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Hi,

Sir thank you for your interest in Virtualizor.
But at the moment there is not such wizard/option to add same MAC to multiple ips/ bulk operation for the same.
It can be done from database but that will require manuall intervention.

Let us know for further information.

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Chirag Nagda
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Darthkatzs
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Quote From : chirag October 30, 2017, 5:10 am
Hi,

Sir thank you for your interest in Virtualizor.
But at the moment there is not such wizard/option to add same MAC to multiple ips/ bulk operation for the same.
It can be done from database but that will require manuall intervention.

Let us know for further information.


I have no problem with manual database intervention. I can make my own scripts to do it then if needed. Does Virtualizor use MySQL?
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chirag
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Hi,

Sir yes Virtualizor uses MySQL.
And if you want we can make you the script, but for that we will require the IP and MAC in CSV or in a table format.

Let us know.

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Chirag Nagda
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Softaculous Ltd
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