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Create a Node Service

Create a Node Service

To offer a service over the Internet, you must associate one or more devices to a specific service, listening on a port for a protocol, and associate that service to a public IP address, an IP address open to the public Internet. In the Enterprise Cloud, this is called an Internet service and the devices associated to the Internet service are called node services. You create your node services from the Internet Services tab. In the Enterprise Cloud, an Internet service can also be defined on an internal address, thus providing an Internet service for use only by private devices.

To create a node service:

  1. Select a Public IP address.
  2. Select an Internet service.
  3. Click Create Node.
  4. The Create Node Service for Internet Service dialog appears with the information about the Internet service.

  5. Select an IP Address.
  6. Type a Device Port, this can differ from the port number of the Internet service.
  7. Type a Node Name.
  8. Type a Node Description, if desired.
  9. Select the State of the node service upon creation.
  10. Click Save.

You can filter the devices shown in the IP Address list.

  1. Select a Network from which to select IP addresses.
  2. Select a Compute Pool from which to select IP addresses.
  3. Select a Device from which to select IP addresses.
  4. Click Apply.