How to Reserve a Static IP Address on Google Cloud

Hosting in Google Cloud – How to Reserve a Static IP Address on Google Cloud


How to Reserve a Static IP Address on Google Cloud

Hosting in Google Cloud

One of the first steps after deploying a website project on Google Cloud Platform is to reserve a static IP address. Reserving a static IP address will prevent your website from from going offline whenever you restart your Apache server.

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21 thoughts on “Hosting in Google Cloud – How to Reserve a Static IP Address on Google Cloud

  1. Hi Joe, GOD BLESS YOU for making such wonderful tutorials. Its a service to mankind. I am learning from your tutorials and really find GREAT VALUE from them. Also want to join you on Facebook and chat with you on messenger for more help if you don't mind.

  2. My Bitnami WordPress page was working fine until I decided to increase the amount of RAM from 3.5 to 7.5 Gigs; then the external IP changed and I got lost.

    I tried to RESERVE an external IP after the increment of RAM, but it did not work.

    I can access the system with the SSH key and Filezila.

    What went wrong, and how can I fix it?

    Best regards,

    John

  3. How to change it back to ephemeral? I want to delete the vm and it says it will start billing for ip address if it's not associated with an instance.

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