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How to route outgoing connection via Floating IP
Our database server which is out of DigitalOcean is configured to allow incoming connections from fixed Floating IPs reserved in DigitalOcean.
We have a load balancer (out of DigitalOcean) and few app/web nodes having floating IPs attached. Load balancer is using floating IPs of app/web nodes within it’s backend configuration and all of this is working great except the database connection from app/web node to our database server which is being rejected as it will not come via Floating IPs.
A) How can we configure our droplet to use assigned Floating IPs on outgoing connections for all ports & protocol?
B) Or, how to use same IPs for outgoing connection? Like “Incoming via Main IP > Outgoing via Main IP” OR “Incoming via Floating IP > Outgoing via Floating IP”
We are using Ubuntu 18.04
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