Dec. 22, 2015
In the Networks tab, you see a list of networks offered by your service provider.
In the Details pane, you see the following details:
Network: The name of the network.
Zone: The zone in which this network resides; determined by your service provider.
ID: ID of the network.
Name: A descriptive name to help you identify the network
Type: If it a shared or isolated network.
VLAN: Information about the virtual local area network.
Gateway: Gateway used.
Netmask: Netmask in use on the subnet.
Network Domain: Domain where the network is available.
Domain: Domain to which the account belongs.
Account: User account.
Click the Subscriptions tab to view the details of the subscription associated with the network. The ID is the UUID of the subscription. The 'View Details' link displays the included entitlements. The name of the subscription links to the subscription in the Subscriptions page.
Network ACL List tab
Click on the Network ACL List tab to view the details of the ACL supported. You can replace the existing ACL using the Replace ACL option by clicking on the gear wheel icon. In the "Replace ACL" dialog box, select the desired ACL and click Replace.
Note: This feature is supported from CCP 4.2.x onwards.
The following network offerings are the supported network offerings and are visible in the UI:
It must have the following:
It must have the following:
To add a new network, follow these steps:
Note: For VPC network offerings with Public LB providers, only those VPCs, that are currently not being used by a network offering with public LB providers, are visible.
To edit a network, follow these steps:
To delete a network, follow these steps:
Note: The system provides an option to terminate the associated subscription. If you choose to terminate the subscription as well then the subscription will be in the expired state else it will be Active(Unused).
Users can view their networks and filter them by VPC and non-VPC network types.
To filter networks, follow these steps:
CloudPortal Business Manager will be able to use an internal load balancer to be used within a VPC tier and use load balancer to assign VMs. This feature is supported from Citrix CloudPlatform 4.2 onwards. An admin user creates a network offering with LB type "Internal LB" on CCP. As a user, you can create a new VPC tier (network) from this network offering on CPBM. You can add instances to this network or select this network when launching an instance. Once an internal LB is added, you can assign VMs to it. You must click the Internal LB tab in the CPBM UI to view the details of the internal LB associated with the VPC tiers.
Note: To have the internal LB support on a VPC, you must have a network offering of "Internal LB" type.
To add an Internal LB to an existing VPC Tier
To delete an Internal LB from an existing VPC Tier
To assign VMs to Internal LB of a VPC tier
The VM instances will be for the particular internal LB will be separated by commas with links to the particular VM.
To remove VMs from Internal LB of a VPC tier
The Networks tab lists all networks. As a master user/power user/normal user, you can find a particular network/networks by using the search and filter options. The option to search and filter is visible in the CPBM UI only if the CCP Connector version supports search and filter operations for networks.