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Reserving a Static External IP Address
This page explains how to configure and manage static external IP addresses for your resources, including:
Reserving and assigning a static external IP address
Promoting an ephemeral external IP address to a static external IP address
In Compute Engine, each VM instance can have multiple network interfaces. Each interface can have both internal and external IP addresses. Forwarding rules can have external IP addresses for external load balancing or internal addresses for internal load balancing. To learn about IP addresses, read the IP Addresses documentation.
This document does not explain how to reserve and manage internal IP addresses. To reserve a static internal IP address, read Reserving a Static Internal Address.
Before you begin
If you want to use the command-line examples in this guide:
Install the gcloud command-line tool.
Set a default region and zone.
If you want to use the API examples in this guide, set up API access.
Read the IP Addresses.
Reserving a new static external IP address
A static external IP address is an external IP address that is reserved for your project until you decide to release it. If you have an IP address that your customers or users rely on to access your service, you can reserve that IP address so that only your project can use it. It is also possible to promote an ephemeral external IP address to a static external IP address.
You can reserve two types of external IP addresses:
A regional IP address which can be used by VM instances with one or more network interfaces or by Network load balancers.
A global IP address which can be used for global load balancers: HTTP(S), SSL proxy, and TCP proxy.
Reserve a static external IP address in the gcloud command-line tool or through the API. After reserving the address, assign it to an instance during instance creation or to an existing instance.
Only one resource at a time can use a static external IP address.
There is no way to tell whether an IP address is static or ephemeral after it has been assigned to a resource, except to compare the IP address against the list of static external IP addresses reserved to that project. Use the addresses list sub-command to see a list of static external IP addresses available to the project.
Each VM instance can have multiple network interfaces, but each interface can have only one external IP address that is either ephemeral or static.
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