How to bind a range of IP’s in Linux
This method is used by Redhat Linux based servers (Centos/RedhatEnterprise/FedoraCore).
Create a file called /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0-range0
And in the file place these 3 lines but change the IP’s to match YOUR assigned range.
# Example | IPADDR_START=67.18.333.440
# Example | IPADDR_END=67.18.333.444
# Example | CLONENUM_START=0
The CLONENUM_START should be the number at which the alias interfaces should start. If you add your 5 IP’s to this server and then want to bind a second set of IP’s you create a second file named ‘ifcfg-eth0-range1’ and change the CLONENUM_START to match the last interface alias. IE ‘eth0:5’ = CLONENUM_START=5
After you have created the above file execute the command ‘service network restart’ and your IP’s will be all setup.
Please do not use this method of binding additional IPs if you are using Cpanel. Bind the IPs through the Cpanel interface.