Access Vm Directly From Publim (HCI) 5

HafidzM25 Lv1Posted 10 Jul 2024 12:42

I have 1 HCI with 1 public Ip. I created 1 Vm with 1 private Ip. How can I access the Vm from public without configure the NAT in aNet (Due to limited licensing). Can anyone suggest the solution how can I access the Vm directly using public Ip.

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Enrico Vanzetto Lv3Posted 10 Jul 2024 19:20
  
hi, if you need to publish a vm (i guess a web service like IIS or Apache2 for example) in your network environment without anet license, you have to publish the service you need to expose to internet by creating a policy and a dnat on your firewall.
Prosi Lv3Posted 11 Jul 2024 11:18
  
Hi,

Once the public IP is assigned and firewall rules are set, you can access the VM using Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) for Windows VMs or Secure Shell (SSH) for Linux VMs.
For Windows VM:
Use Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) software on your local machine.
Enter the public IP address of the VM and connect using the credentials (username and password) configured on the VM.
For Linux VM:
Use an SSH client (e.g., PuTTY on Windows, Terminal on macOS/Linux).
Connect to the VM by specifying the public IP address and providing the username and password.

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