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 Attribute **CONNECT_INFO2** for Windows users who use Putty terminal emulator. Copy attribute value to command line or enter corresponding values (For example: IP/Hostname = 193.219.91.103,​ port=14152) into Putty to log in to your VM. Attribute **CONNECT_INFO2** for Windows users who use Putty terminal emulator. Copy attribute value to command line or enter corresponding values (For example: IP/Hostname = 193.219.91.103,​ port=14152) into Putty to log in to your VM.
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 +To use the redirects of TCP connections,​ you must add **TCP_PORT_FORWARDING** attribute value with the desired connections (max 4). After changing the attribute value, remember to restart your VM (PowerOff → Boot) and to check which connections were created. For example, if you want to open connection 80, type 80 and restart the VM. You will see TCP_PORT_FORWARDING value change to PORT: 80, where PORT is an external IP (PUBLIC_IP value) connection through which you can connect to the VM of your desired connection (80).
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 +On a VNET1 network, VM can receive not only the usual internal IPv4 address but also the globally accessible IPv6 address. More about connecting to [[http://​ipv6.lt|IPv6]].
en/cloud.txt · Last modified: 2017/09/26 14:07 by arnas15