My hosting service just moved my VPS from one machine to another, i.e., the IP address changed. The one issue I am fighting is that I cannot access my website - when I try, I get the Horde login page.
Poking around, I foudn something suspicious and would like your guidance.
In Virtualmin's Network Settings (in System Settings -> Virtualmin Config -> Network Settings), the first field is Network interface for virtual addresses. This has been manually set to venet0:0. I logged into my server using SSH and ran the ifconfig command. It returned four interfaces: lo, venet0, venet0:1, and venet0:2.
My first observation is that venet0:0 is not listed.
My second is that the value for inet addr for venet0:1 is the old VPS IP address and that the value for inet addr for venet0:2 is the new VPS IP. It seems to me that I should update the value of Network interface for virtual addresses to venet0:2 and that this may go a long way to resolving my problems.
Do this seem like a reasonable course of action?
Also, should I also delete interface venet0:1? If so, how do I do this?