I have a load balancer and couple of droplets inside of it . I have some containers in my network for security analyze. I want to request mirror incoming HTTP traffic like port 80-> to port 3131 for analyze . I know ...
Currently it isn't possible to mirror traffic that comes into your load balancer setup. However, if you want to mirror HTTP traffic you can setup nginx to do so as you have already mentioned. After the load balancer f...
I've set up a VPC with two droplets following the article at https://www.digitalocean.com/docs/networking/vpc/resources/droplet-as-gateway/. I have a problem where backend droplet cannot connect to the Internet throug...
I found that ufw blocks routed traffic by default, so rules need to be added separately to allow such traffic to pass through.
I am able to ping both the public and private IP from a another droplet.
But can only telnet to publicip but not private Ip on a given port.
telnet <publicip> 5432 - WORKS
telnet <privateip> 5432 - DOE...
I aim to migrate our in-house dev servers from Virtualbox into a VPC at DO. These are existing servers that I do not wish to rebuild, just migrate.
I see two paths: 1) Set up Virtualbox server on a DO server, t...
I want to host my webserver inside a VPC. I do not plan to have it redundant and therefore I do not need load balancing.
I set a gateway as described here (https://www.digitalocean.com/docs/networking/vpc/resources/dr...
I have a VPC with several Droplets. They communicate with each other via private IPs. One of them needs to be replaced. I'd like to bring up a new Droplet using the same private IP of the one that will be replaced and...
I have an on-premise datacenter where is OpenStack
and then I would like my on-premise directly connected to the VPC of DigitalOcean .
(if my internet provider can provide an interconnect to DigitalOcean.)
What are t...
Greetings, I have a django application hosted on the new App service and a droplet postgres database. They are currently communicating via a public network. Is it possible to connect them using a VPC or ip6 instead of...