HostRooster announces the launch of an isolated networking service that allows you to combine cloud servers into a private cloud within one data center.
The placement of resources in a private cloud takes place in a separate isolated network segment without Internet access, due to which a high level of its security and confidentiality is achieved.
- Within the network, there are no restrictions on the amount of incoming and outgoing traffic.
- Network addressing can be configured both manually and automatically.
- The bandwidth of the local port is 1 Gbps.
The service is provided free of charge. Within 1 project, you can create up to 10 networks.
How to create an isolated network
1. Go to the “Networks” section, click the “Add network” button and select an isolated network type:
2. Select the data center that hosts your cloud servers. Then set the addressing parameters by specifying the prefix and network capacity manually or by generating them automatically. Specify the name of the network to be created, adding a description if necessary, and click “Create network”:
3. After creating the network, click on its name and in the “Connection” tab, click “Connect server”:
4. Select the cloud servers you want to connect to the isolated network an
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