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 If you want to make use of our IP Failover or Anycast IP addresses, though, you'll have to manually configure your networking for both platforms. If you want to make use of our IP Failover or Anycast IP addresses, though, you'll have to manually configure your networking for both platforms.
  
-While on the '​Networking'​ tab of your virtual server, you can click the cog next to any of your IP addresses & select ''​Network Settings''​ to see that specific ​IP addresses netmask/​bitmask,​ gateway, resolvers, etc.+**While on the ''​Networking'' tab of your virtual server, you can click the cog next to any of your IP addresses & select ''​Network Settings''​ to see that IP addresses netmask/​bitmask,​ gateway, resolvers, etc.**
  
 +**Remember, do not set multiple gateway entries! This __will__ cause connectivity issues for your virtual server!**
 ===== IPv4 (Public) ===== ===== IPv4 (Public) =====
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-We've done our best to keep our configurations mirrored between all locations. ​ 
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-  * Netmask: 255.255.255.0 
-  * Gateway: x.x.x.1 (x.x.x being the first 3 parts of your main IP.) 
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-  * Las Vegas Resolver #1: 205.185.112.68 
-  * Las Vegas Resolver #2: 205.185.112.69 
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-  * New Jersey Resolver #1: 199.195.255.68 
-  * New Jersey Resolver #2: 199.195.255.69 
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-  * Luxembourg Resolver #1: 107.189.0.68 
-  * Luxembourg Resolver #2: 107.189.0.69 
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 == Example configuration for Debian in Las Vegas == == Example configuration for Debian in Las Vegas ==
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