I have the same use case - needing to add specific IPs to an allow list to access a DB that’s hosted elsewhere. It’s a wild setup, for sure, but I can’t use Fly.io’s own DB. At the moment I have to use a SOCKS5 proxy. And also +1 with Carter - I’d pay for this as well.
Hi, adding my request to this conversation as well. I have a service that requires me to register the IP address my API requests will originate from for their allowlist. At the moment I’m running a small AWS EC2 instance on a static IP address just to process the API and then forward the results to my Fly Apps. It would be great to have a static outgoing IP address binding for some processes.
“I didn’t just say it, I declared it”
But actually, I dont know of any more formal way to request this than here. Still would love to pay for this. Big bucks. Entire dollars even.
+1 on wanting this feature as well.
Chiming in after giving fly.io a test drive. Like others, would love it if I had access to outbound IPs. That’s probably the only thing stopping me from using fly more regularly. Otherwise pretty great to use
Unfortunately there were no replies in the mentioned discussion for new requests . Would love to get this feature too.
I’ve been stuck on this as well. I tried the option suggested here but can’t still get that proxy to work.
I need that feature too, to be whitelisted on the payment service Bridge, has anyone managed to get around this problem?
Are there any updates related to this?
+1 This would be really useful for whilelisting an app in MongoDB Atlas
+1 - this would be most useful for me, as I need managed Postgres for our app, and I have to go outside fly.io for that.
+1 Also need this feature.
And only after allocating an dedicated ipv4 address, i just found it only affect the incoming traffic.
We also need the same feature. We will have to look somewhere else until this is available.
+1 in case this thread gets a response. We need a whitelist-able static egress IP for a Redshift connection.
I also just discovered that the dedicated IP is only an inbound IP. This outbound IP is something I really need for security purposes. I can not use fly until this is feature is added
+1 , Where do we stand with this feature?