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How can I access all VMs in the same network with 1 floating IP?

asked 2015-09-04 19:56:45 -0500

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As the title suggests i want to access all my VMs that are on the same network in a remotely way but I am limited to the 1 floating IP that trystack provides. What are the methods in order to achieve this? Right now i am limited to working with the one vm that has the floating IP associated with it using putty. I have also posted a screenshot of both my network topology and my instances. The network isnt necessary to have this topology

Any guide,method,info or link towards this direction will be appreciated. Please note that I am an entry student to computer networking.

Best regards, s.b. (network topology & instances)

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answered 2015-09-09 10:14:05 -0500


in your configuration you can use VM ubuntu1-1 like a bridge for other VMs. Otherwise, if you want to access to other VMs via public network you have to attach a new floating ip.

Now is the only possible solution but in future I don't know if we can create DNAT rules with only one public IP.


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