Howdy, Stranger!

It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!

Hetzner IP question
New on LowEndTalk? Please Register and read our Community Rules.

All new Registrations are manually reviewed and approved, so a short delay after registration may occur before your account becomes active.

Hetzner IP question

Hello. I have a question about extra IPs at Hetzner. You can get three "normal" IPs, and you can get subnets (/27 /28 /29).

I have plans to run one or two virtual machines on the main server. Can I use the "normal" IPs they sell as IPs for the VMs?

Or do I need a subnet? I really don't need so many IPs.


  • rauppe31rauppe31 Member, Host Rep
    edited January 2015

    Yes, you can use the normal IPs and don't need a subnet for your VMs.

    Thanked by 1myhken
  • You can also only redirect certain ports to each of your VMS.

    VM1: (web server)

    VM2: (smtp server)

    VM3: (minecraft server)

  • NAT-ting is the best way to share all vms using 1 IP address. There's a few tutorials floating around here if you need help with that. Depending on the software you're using for the VMs

    Thanked by 1myhken
Sign In or Register to comment.