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Allocate a floating IP to an instance (4/5)
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Allocate a floating IP to an instance (4/5)

When you create an OpenStack instance, it receives a private IP address. Your instance is accessible for other instances with this private IP address . If you want to access your instance(s) over the internet, you'll need to assign a (floating) IP to these instances. A floating IP is an IP address on a external network. A floating IP address gives access to an instance to a private network from an external network.
How to create Instances on different Compute Nodes
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How to create Instances on different Compute Nodes

Before you start This tutorial assumes you've got the CLI tools running. If you don't, please visit the Openstack command-line interface (CLI) installation commands tutorial. When building a cluster of instances on Fuga, you want to ensure that these instances are created on separate compute nodes in order to ensure the highest availability. When creating the instances via the Fuga dashboard, you have no way to control on which compute node your instance will be created and cluster nodes can be created on the same compute node.
How to create a Fuga Cloud Instance from an Image
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How to create a Fuga Cloud Instance from an Image

In this tutorial we will explain how to start a FUGA instance from an image. Requirements: A FUGA network A FUGA security group and key pair Procedure: Log in to the FUGA Dashboard Click Compute -> Images Click Launch next to the desired Image Choose a Instance Name and a Availability Zone Tab Flavor: choose the Flavor you'd like to use for this instance Tab Network: add your network Tab Security Groups: add your Security Group Tab Key Pair: add your key pair Click Launch Instance
How to create and restore an Instance Snapshot
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How to create and restore an Instance Snapshot

Create an Instance Snapshot After you have created an Instance, you can make a Snapshot of this Instance. Go to ‘Compute’ -> ‘Instances’ (link). Click on the dropdown arrow on the right side of the Instance you want to create a Snapshot of and select ‘Create Snapshot'. Enter a name for your Snapshot. *optionally add a description for your Snapshot. Click on ‘Create Instance Snapshot’. You will automatically be taken to the tab ‘Images’ where you can see your new Snapshot.
How to log in to your instance (5/5)
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How to log in to your instance (5/5)

After you have created your instance, you probably want to connect to it remotely. For Linux instances you need to use SSH (Secure Shell) and for Windows instances you need to create a RDP session (Remote Desktop Protocol). If you want to connect remotely to your instance from outside of your network you need to allocate and assign a floating IP first. Connect to a linux instance with an imported Key Pair For most new images the username is the distribution name with lowercase, for example: Ubuntu 18.