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When can I use Byoip on Linode?

When can I use Byoip on Linode?

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Hey @redesigned,

As of right now, we do not support bringing your IP to Linode. That being said, I think this is a great suggestion and have passed along your feedback to our team. This way the relevant teams can keep this in mind as we continue to improve our infrastructure and services.

I do not have a time for when this feature will be implemented, but the feedback provided is invaluable to us and we want to ensure your voice is heard.

If you have any more suggestions, please feel free to submit your feedback.

Please note that we do supply additional IPv4 addresses for $1 per month, but are subject to approval based on ARIN's technical guidelines.

You could also obtain a IPv6 address, which are completely free. We can lease a whole /64 to any of your Linodes, and with justification we can provide a /56 as well.

In both cases you'll need to open a Support ticket in order to be leased additional IP addresses.

Bring Your Own IP is currently not a feature that we support at Linode. We do not have a specific timeline for when we will offer BYOIP, but this feature has been popular recently.

For now, I have added your request to our internal feature request system so that we have more visibility into how desirable certain features like BYOIP are.

If you already have active Linodes, we do allow customers to pay for additional IPv4 Addresses and/or request to swap IPv4 addresses between those Linodes.

Thank you both for your answers

I'm also keen for being able to bring my own IPv4 addresses into Linode. Has this option progressed further in your product development timeline?


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