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Assigning a static internal IP address in GCP

By default, GCP assigns a VM instance an ephemeral internal IP address every time it is started. Before you configure a static IP address in FortiProxy, ensure that Google Compute will always use the same IP address.

To assign a static internal IP address in GCP:
  1. Open VM instance details for the FortiProxy.
  2. Click Edit.
  3. Under Network interfaces, click the pencil icon to edit a desired network interface's properties.
  4. From the Internal IP type dropdown list, select Static. This reserves the currently used internal IP address. This option is only available for instances that are currently running. You can assign a custom internal IP address for a stopped instance by changing its NIC properties.
  5. Enter a name for the reserved internal IP address.
  6. Repeat steps 3-6 for all required network interfaces.

Assigning a static internal IP address in GCP

By default, GCP assigns a VM instance an ephemeral internal IP address every time it is started. Before you configure a static IP address in FortiProxy, ensure that Google Compute will always use the same IP address.

To assign a static internal IP address in GCP:
  1. Open VM instance details for the FortiProxy.
  2. Click Edit.
  3. Under Network interfaces, click the pencil icon to edit a desired network interface's properties.
  4. From the Internal IP type dropdown list, select Static. This reserves the currently used internal IP address. This option is only available for instances that are currently running. You can assign a custom internal IP address for a stopped instance by changing its NIC properties.
  5. Enter a name for the reserved internal IP address.
  6. Repeat steps 3-6 for all required network interfaces.