On this page, you can find an explanation of how to manage Networks and Interfaces, related to the selected Virtual Machine, from the the Virtual Machine details page in the Cloud Console.
To find all Networks and Interfaces related to the selected Virtual Machine, you need:
On the opened NETWORKS & SECURITY page of this VM you can find information about all Networks, Subnets, Floating IPs and also information about all Firewalls related to this VM.
In this article, we are interested in the block of information, where you can find all Networks, Subnets and Interfaces related to the corresponding VM with the Add Interface button, Search bar and Actions icon, which opens a list of available management actions:
Information how to manage Firewalls from this page, you can find in the article VM’s Firewalls .
To add additional Interface to the selected VM, do the following:
You can select only Networks that have associated Subnets.
The Fixed IPs should be selected from the Allocation pools of the corresponding Subnet.
After these steps, the newly added Interface will appear in the NETWORKS & SECURITY TAB of the selected VM detailed page with the status ACTIVE.
Now you can open its Subnets page by clicking on the Name of the corresponding Network:
On this page you can find all Subnets, related to the selected Network, with Create button, Search bar and Actions icon, which opens a list of available management actions for the selected Subnet:
Also, you can create new VM and immediately associate it with Interface of this Network, during it’s creation.
To find information about how to create Virtual Machine use the article Virtual Machines.
To remove the Interface from the corresponding VM, do the following:
After these steps, the selected Interface will be deleted from the selected VM.
Successfully Associate Floating IP with VM’s internal Interface you can only in case if you have configured Router with enabled external gateway and attached to your internal Network.
To associate already created Floating IP with the VM’s internal Interfaces, do the following:
After these steps, the selected Floating IP will be attached with current VM, and this VM will become publicly available:
If you need to disassociate Floating IP and to make your VM again publicly unavailable click on the Actions icon and select the Disassociate Floating IP in the list of available options:
After confirmation your action on the next opened window the selected Virtual Machine will be again publicly unavailable.
To manage Floating IPs you can also form Floating IPs page, to find detailed instructions about it, please, see the article - Floating IPs.