This problem is solved by editing
wp_site tables. All I had to do is change the old IP address into a new static one.
As I commented, you may not understand what you are requesting.
If you want to make it unreachable, SSH into Lightsail and run the following command: This is because bitnami follows dynamic IP address changes by default.
$ sudo / opt / bitnami / configure_app_domain --disable-automatic-configuration
Yes I'm in trouble because the page cannot be displayed after changing the IP address
After I run the above command "This site can’t be reached" error turns into 404. Even after I change the site URL from the DB
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