This guide will take you through how to add a private IP address to a Fedora server. This guide has been tested with Fedora 30, 31, and 32. One thing to note before we start is that our cloud hosting service automatically uses eth1 as the private interface.
In this article, we will be going over how to scale up your server on the Atlantic.Net Cloud. This process can be done anytime you would like to upgrade your server. This will not harm any data currently stored on the server, and will upgrade your server specs to the next price plan. Scaling your server is a fairly simple task and should only take a few minutes to complete.
In this article, we will be reviewing how to reprovision a cloud server. Reprovisioning a cloud server will allow you to keep the current IP address assigned to your server, but choose a new plan or operating system. This walkthrough will show you how to complete this process.
This tutorial will walk you through adding an additional IP address to your WHM/cPanel server. Additional IP addresses can be used for services such as additional sites, mail handling, or DNS, to name a few.
In this How-to, we will learn how to configure a private IP address on an Ubuntu Server.
Private networking is a great way to keep the traffic between your servers internal and not accessible publicly. It allows you to communicate between your servers without using your Cloud bandwidth as well. It is also faster than public traversal as it will not require leaving the network to reach the destination server. At this time private networking within our Cloud will only be able to communicate with same-region servers.
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