Best way to mount NFS Drive with nodes that could be any IP

Hello, I am setting up a K8 cluster for my site to move to, and as it stands everything is going well. The one thing I am struggling with and cannot find much help with is the correct way to mount an NFS drive to multiple nodes when the node IPs are random. So on the NFS server, I would have the below and I was wondering what the correct way to be able to do this.

/PATH IP HERE(ro,sync,no_subtree_check,no_root_squash)

I’ve been talking around and I was told to use the Private IP range but it’s not something I fully understand.

Any help would be useful as this is one of the major things holding me back from being ready.

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I’m not sure if there is a way to mark something as resolved but I no longer need help. I did not know what a VPC was before today and I do have one where all my droplets and K8s are on it and can access anything I need.

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