A host represents a server running an instance of Pritunl.
Below is a table of the host settings.
|Name||Name of the host. By default a random name generated.|
|Public Address||The public IP address or dns name of the host. This is the address vpn clients will use to connect to vpn servers.|
|Public IPv6 Address||Optional public IPv6 address or dns name of the host.|
|Routed IPv6 Network||IPv6 subnet that is routed to the host, must be at least /64|
|Local Address||Local network address of the host. This address is used for routing clients between replicated servers.|
|Local IPv6 Address||Local network IPv6 address of the host.|
|Availability Group||Availability group for host. Replicated servers will only replicated to a group of hosts in the same availability group. The group that best satisfies the replication count will be used.|
|Link Address||IP address or domain used when linked servers connect to a linked server on this host. This allows using an address that has a more efficient route for a host to host connection.|
|AWS Instance ID||ID of AWS instance. Only available on AWS. This should be automatically detected and should be left unmodified.|
Updated about 4 years ago