AWS security group permission IP address update service

When developing and operating a server on AWS, you may want to add IP addresses that are allowed access from outside to a security group. For example, if you want to log in to the server, you may want to allow port 22, and if you want to check the operatio

You can do this

  • You can change the IP address of an AWS security group without logging into AWS.
  • Development partners can change IP addresses without asking the network administrator.
  • Testers can change their IP address without asking the network administrator.
  • Dynamically changing your home IP address becomes stress-free.
  • Supports some IPv6.

How is it specifically used?

Specific usage is as follows.

  1. Access Glip's "IP address change request" screen from the environment where you want to allow the IP address. Glip IP address change request screen
  2. Click the "Next" button on the screen.
  3. Then, a verification email will be sent to the email address registered in Glip. Delivery email body
  4. Click the URL in the email body to update the IP addresses you want to allow.
  5. SSH login to the server from the target environment and HTTP access to the test environment are possible.

Glip provides server-related solutions using DDNS technology to support remote work. Its main functions include updating the IP address of AWS security groups and controlling the power of AWS EC2 instances. Additionally, each can be operated from an IPv6 environment.