I noticed that my VM has a private IP attached to the primary interface alongside the public IP.
I’m attempting to setup Hashicorp Consul which is advertising this IP which doesn’t work because the IP doesn’t resolve.
Is there a way to disable this setting as I have no intention of using floating IPs with these VMs.
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This private IP address comes from the default VPC that each new Droplet is part of. I believe that there is no way to disable the default VPC.
However, what you could do is specify the interface that the consul agent binds on, as per the documentation here:
Let me know how it goes! Regards, Bobby