I have read that it is possible to issue direct http requests between 
services within the same project inside the AppEngine network, without 
traversing the internet, using the URL Fetch Service. But it seems this is 
only available in Python, Go and PHP.

Is there any way to make this work in Node.js?

I.e. would something like this 
work to get the local IP address inside a service and then let it be 
fetched once by any other service who would like to use it to make 
subsequent calls go through the local network?
I suppose that in that way, if it would work at all, I would get the IP 
address of the specific service *instance*, not some internal address to 
the service's load-balancer. Correct?

I would really like to have just any kind of hack to make this work 
somehow, to make internal requests to the load-balancer of another service 
inside the same AppEngine Flexible project.

Any help or information appreciated.

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