You can only access your cloud instance from an external network if you have associated with it an external IP address (Floating IP).
These addresses are not allocated automatically. The external IP address of your VM must be associated with the internal one.
To assign an external IP address to your instance, go to the
INSTANCES section and select
ASSOCIATE FLOATING IP from the drop-down menu next to the instance name.
In the window that opens, click
In the next window, click
ALLOCATE IP, and then you will be immediately re-directed to the previous page.
An available white IP will appear in the
IP ADDRESS drop-down list, which you can allocate to the port of your VM. To complete the setup, click
Read more about creating instances and configuring the network for your project here.
Sometimes you may need to allocate an external IP address to the instance's network interface without using SNAT. To do this, you can rent a subnet from us.
Attention! When renting a subnet, three addresses will be used for service purposes: the network address, the default gateway, and the broadcast address. If you use DHCP, 2 more addresses will be used for DHCP agents (primary and backup).
The cost of the subnet for rental resources in Europe:
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