Neutron offers a number of commands that can be used to create and manage floating IPs. The primary commands associated with floating IPs include:
If you recall from previous chapters, IP addresses are not assigned directly to instances. Instead, an IP address is associated with a Neutron port, and this port is logically mapped to an instance or other network resource.
When a floating IP is created, it must be associated with a Neutron port. To create a floating IP from within the CLI, use the following Neutron
usage: floatingip-create [--tenant-id TENANT_ID] ...