You can get the list of public IPv4 addresses used in the Region of your account, in CIDR notation.

This can be useful, for example, if you need to filter Outscale IP ranges from external providers, or for third-party applications that need to authorize the IP ranges of your Outscale Cloud resources.

Instances and flexible network interfaces (FNIs) are automatically assigned a public IP address when your create them. For more information, see Getting Information About Your Instances.

You can also allocate External IP addresses (EIPs) to your account, that is, public IPv4 addresses that you can associate with an instance or network interface and disassociate at any time. For more information, see About External IP Addresses (EIPs).


This feature is available through the API only. See the corresponding API methods.



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