I searched the forum, and found a few posts about the above but I wasn't sure if it applied to me or not. This is basically what I would like to do: I currently have a server setup w/ Snow Leopard (standard install). When I issue the command "sudo -changeiphostname Primary address = 6x.xxx.xxx.xx <----- Public IP Address Current HostName = example.com <-------Temporary hostname DNS HostName = example.com <-------Temporary DNS hostname When I originally setup the server, I didn't have a particular hostname that I wanted to use, and was hoping that it would be easy to change. I would like to change the "Current HostName and DNS Hostname" to a newly registered domain (lets call it newdomain.com) and the Primary Address would remain the same. Can I just issue the below command: sudo change ip 6x.xxx.xxx.xx 6x.xxx.xxx.xx example.com newdomain.com **Would I just enter the primary IP address twice, since it would not be changing, or can you just leave it out?** I don't have any services setup/running at this time, and I would rather not have to reinstall SL server if at all possible. Thank you in advance.