Locating the IP Address of your instance

You can locate the IP address of your instance with the OpenStack command-line client or using the DreamCompute dashboard.

Using the OpenStack CLI

To run the commands below, make sure you have installed the OpenStack command line client.

You can view instances in your project using the openstack server list command. Any IP addresses assigned to the instance will be displayed in the 'Networks' column.

[user@localhost]$ openstack server list
+------------------+--------------+--------+--------------------------------------------------------------+-------+---------------+
| ID               | Name         | Status | Networks                                                     | Image | Flavor        |
+------------------+--------------+--------+--------------------------------------------------------------+-------+---------------+
| 8a99547e-7385... | dhc-instance | ACTIVE | public=208.113.132.158, 2607:f298:5:101d:f816:3eff:fe66:28e9 |       | gp1.semisonic |
+------------------+--------------+--------+--------------------------------------------------------------+-------+---------------+

Using the DreamCompute dashboard

  1. Navigate to the DreamCompute page.
  2. Click the 'View Dashboard' button.
  3. On the left, click 'Compute'.
  4. From the dropdown, select 'Instances'.
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  5. The IPv4 address of your server shows under the 'IP Address' column.

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