Virtual Machine Mapping Management

To implement the service on your virtual machines and make it available on the Internet, you can create NAT mapping using your public address. You can do this by clicking the Network button in the VM detail view, or in the NAT mappings tab in the category Network in the side menu.

Mapping in the Network

Simply method

You can set the mapping 1 to 1 of all ports and share it by creating automatic NAT mapping. This mapping is selected when creating a VM, assigning an IP address to it.

Selecting virtual machine

Once the machine is created, we immediately have the mapping made publicly available.

NAT mapping method for public IP addresses

In this mode you can select a specific public address and enter unusual port numbers.

If you want to add one of the NAT mappings, go to the Network tab and select a specific public address. Click Display to see address details. Then click Add NAT.

Delete Public IP

You will be able to add NAT mapping.

An internal port is a port (or range of ports) on which the service works inside a VM. An external port is the port (or range of ports) where the service will be available on the Internet. For example: if you want the site to be available on the Internet at on port 8181, you should create a NAT mapping using, internal port 80 and external port 8181.

You can also create port mapping from or to port range. The data format is X-Y, where X and Y are the boundaries of the port range. For example: If all ports between 20 and 30 should be available on port 8080, 20-30 should be entered in the Internal port field and 8080 in the Outer field.


Deleting mapping

If you want to remove any of the mappings, click Trash.

Delete NAT

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Last updated on 2nd Sep 2020