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what are the actions a customer can perform on this screen? Assign an IP to a vM/ 

Overview

By default, IP addresses assigned to a virtual machine are are private, but you can request a public IP address. Armor will give you one free IP address per  virtual machine. You can request aadditional public IP addresses for the same virtual machine for an extra cost. 

Assign an existing IP address to your virtual machine

If you already have an IP address listed in the Armor user interface, but this address is not assigned to a virtual machine, then follow these instructions. 

  1. In the Armor user interface, on the left-side navigation, click Infrastructure.
  2. Click IP Addresses
  3. If you have virtual machines in various data centers, then click the corresponding data center. 
  4. Locate the desired IP address. 
    • You can use the filter function or scroll through the screens. 
  5. Click the gear icon that corresponds to the desired IP address. 
  6. Click Assign to VM
  7. In To Virtual Machine, select your virtual machine. 
  8. Click Save IP Assignment. 

 

Request a new public IP address

 

  1. In the Armor user interface, on the left-side navigation, click Infrastructure.
  2. Click IP Addresses
  3. If you have virtual machines in various data centers, then click the corresponding data center. 
  4. Locate the desired IP address. 
    • You can use the filter function or scroll through the screens. 
  5. Click the gear icon that corresponds to the desired IP address. 
  6. Click Edit Assignments.  
  7. Click New Public IP. 
  8. In Location, select the location of your data center. 
  9. In Quantity, select the desired amount. 
  10. Review the screen on the right to view pricing information. 
  11. Click Add IP Addresses.  

 

Assign a new public IP address

 

  1. In the Armor user interface, on the left-side navigation, click Infrastructure.
  2. Click IP Addresses
  3. If you have virtual machines in various data centers, then click the corresponding data center. 
  4. Locate the desired IP address. 
    • You can use the filter function or scroll through the screens. 
  5. Click the gear icon that corresponds to the desired IP address. 
  6. Click Edit Assignments.  
  7. Select the desired IP address and transfer the IP address to the desired column. 
  8. Click Save IP Assignment

We do not assign public IPs

They can request a public IP, one free per corresponding virtual machine; however, additional public IP addresses for the same virtual machine would be charged. by default, the IP addresses are private, but they can request a public one. 

 

Click Infrastructure,

click IP addresses.

Click New Public IP 

a customer automatically gets a private ip address

 

Firewall area Under Security

left side tabs represents virtual environemtns that the customer has, one datacenter per virtual envrionemt, so each tab represents a datacenter. 

customerss will create rules between either inboudnt or outboundt raffic to either allow or block certain traffic

 

Edge Security GAteway (ESG) each customer gets one, so we shoudl explain what that is and the purpose (In IP addreses, under VM it says GAteway (this edge gateway is atthced to apublic  IP address, this is a tunnel private connection t the private ip addresses .

 

MFA is free; a customer must be near  aphone in order to receive a call

 

SSL VPN will be enforced for all customers envrionemtns. this is included to every one customer for free, customer get one free, but addtional users will be charged. you must download an ssl vpn for each site (the left side tab that represents the virtual environments that a customer has in the firewall section) this would be popular for sys admins who need to remote into their environments

 

tickets and notifications

 

as the account admin, you can see users, roles + permissions and payments methords, we need to update the list of default rules

role detail page under account the I next to each permissions shows each api