Can a single VM instance have two static IP's?

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Oct 11 in GCP by anonymous
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Yes, you can actually assign two IP addresses to one VM (with some restrictions) by creating instances with multiple network interfaces.

However, there are some limitations, For example:

Each network interface designed in a single instance should be connected to a distinct VPC network.

You can solely set up network interfaces once you create the instance.

answered Oct 11 by Sirajul
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