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How to Add Multiple Public IPs to a Cloud Server on Windows OS?


Can I allocate multiple public IP addresses for my server on Interspace Cloud and how can I set this up in Windows?


Yes, you can allocate multiple public IP addresses to your server on Interspace Cloud and configure them in Windows.

To set this up, please follow our detailed guide at the following link: Add/Remove Public IP Addresses.

The guide provides step-by-step instructions on how to add more than one public IPv4 address in Interspace Cloud using the web control panel My Interspace. It also detailly explains how to configure it on Windows, with screenshots.

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