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-This documentation explains how to configure a failover IP on servers installed with CoreOS. ​+This documentation explains how to configure a failover IP on servers installed with <​nowiki>​CoreOS</​nowiki>​
  
 ==== Configuration on the Server ==== ==== Configuration on the Server ====
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 The gateway IP address has the same first 3 bytes as the server'​s IP followed by ''​.1''​. The gateway IP address has the same first 3 bytes as the server'​s IP followed by ''​.1''​.
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 +i.e.: 62.210.84.1
  
 For each additional IP, add a new line ''​Address''​ with the failover IP, followed by ''/​32''​ (CIDR notation). For each additional IP, add a new line ''​Address''​ with the failover IP, followed by ''/​32''​ (CIDR notation).
  
-Restart the network services to activate ​the new settings:+Then restart your network services to activate ​these new settings:
  
 ''​sudo systemctl restart systemd-networkd''​. ''​sudo systemctl restart systemd-networkd''​.
  
-Type the following command to see the newly configured ​IP addresses:+You should ​see your two new IP addresses ​by typing:
  
 ''​ip addr show''​. ''​ip addr show''​.