The IP field must contain a valid public IP or how to install Ezeelogin on a machine in lan

The error "The IP field must contain a valid public IP" pop up when I enter lan ip or private ips as i need to install Ezeelogin on a machine in lan. How do I overcome this?


You can install ezeelogin on a machine in LAN. The machine should have internet connectivity via nat and should be able to connect to license.ezeelogin.com on port 443.
The ip the license needs to be issued would be the public ip. In order to find the public ip, ssh into the jump server and Run the command below 

  • Static public ip is recommended. If the server is behind a DHCP and the public ip keeps changing every time it reconnects, then you would need to change the licensed ip  from the customer portal every time it changes
  • The license server would check the public ip that the NAT uses and hence when you purchase the license make sure to buy it for the public ip that is NATed.
  • If you are planning to use ezeelogin in a LAN with no internet connectivity then you would need to go for an owned license.

 

 

 

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