I am trying to figure out how I can have my docker container (possibly kubernetes in near future), which I am hosting on my own home network, can seem to have a different external IP address. There are multiple instances of the same container running, some I would like to have a different external IP address. How can I achieve this?
There are a few things I found, such as a service (here in NL) which apparently sets up a GRE tunnel, which allows me to have a different external IP, but unfortunately its service is only for registered companies.
I also looked into running a VPN docker image and route traffic through there, I have a PIA subscription with 5 devices. All though this setup sounds a little… amateur? also doesnt scale very well i suppose. Feedback welcome.
Also have a google clout platform account with 300eur credit (also dont mind paying if its not too expensive). Maybe GCP has a service? im trying to understand all of the GCP products but its confusing.
TLDR; have a self-hosted docker image have a different external IP.