|Type of an IP address||Virtual||Floating||Reserved|
|Use cases||• Assigning to several instances at once to create a fault-tolerant infrastructure. • Using as a secondary address for the network interface||• Providing access from the Internet to an instance in a private subnet. After assigning a floating IP to the machine, it will be accessible from the external network.||• Assigning to an instance or a load balancer at any time. • Converting to a VIP.|
|Subnet||Public or private||Private||Public or private|
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