Networking gives you access to:

  • Load Balancers
  • NAT Rules
  • Firewall
  • VPN



Load Balancer


Dashboard will show you any active load balancers you have:

  • Load Balancer Name
  • IP Address
  • Members (servers)
  • Protocol
  • Port
  • Ping Port (if applicable)
  • Algorithm
  • Action


Manage Active Load Balancer


Actions on active load balancers are 'configure' or 'delete.'


    Configure allows you to:

  • Change Name
  • Update IP Address
  • Add a Description
  • Update Protocol, Port and Persistence Method
  • Update Health Check Configuration
  • Add/Remove servers being load balanced


    Deleting your load balancer is a permanent action and cannot be reversed.


Add a Load Balancer


  1. Set Up Configuration
    • Enter Name
    • Enter Description
    • Select IP (typing first number will display all available IPs)
    • Select Services
      • Protocol
        • HTTP
        • HTTPS
        • TCP
      • Port
      • Persistence Method
      • Cookie Name and Cookie Mode (if applicable)
  2. Select Next: Service & Health Check
  3. Select your Protocol
  4. Build your Service & Health Check Requirements
  5. Enter Ping URL
  6. Select Next: Manage VMs
  7. Select Add VM
  8. Select IP Address of VM you would like load balanced
  9. Set Ratio Weight
  10. Enter Port and Ping Port for your service
  11. Select Add (repeat for each server you want load balanced by this load balancer)
  12. Select Next: Review and Configure
  13. Review configuration and select Configure Load Balancer


NAT Rules


Your dashboard gives you a high-level view of all the NAT rules you have created:

  • Rule Name
  • Rule Type
  • Protocol
  • Original IP
  • Translated IP
  • Original Port
  • Translated Port
  • Enabled or Disabled


Manage NAT Rules


Actions allow you to configure an existing NAT rule or Delete the rule (this is permanent and cannot be reversed).


Add New NAT Rule


  1. Enter Rule Name
  2. Select Rule Type
  3. Enter Original (internal) IP/Range
  4. Enter Translated (external) IP/Range
  5. Save

Firewall


Your dashboard displays a list of all your firewall rules:

  • Rule Order
  • Rule Name
  • Source
  • Destination
  • Protocol
  • Action
  • Enabled or Disabled
  • Allows you to set your default action


Manage Firewall Rules


Actions allow you to configure an existing Firewall rule or Delete the rule (this is permanent and cannot be reversed).


    Configure firewall rule action allows you to update:

  1. Disable Rule
  2. Update Rule Name
  3. Update Policy (allow or deny)
  4. Update Source IP Address
  5. Update Source Port Range
  6. Update Protocol
  7. Update Destination IP Address
  8. Update Destination Port Range


VPN


VPN Dashboard gives you high-level details into all your active VPN tunnels:

  • Name
  • Cloud Firewall Address
  • Local Firewall Address
  • Local Internal IP
  • Enabled or Disabled


Manage VPN


Actions allow you to configure active tunnel, change order of VPN tunnel or delete (this is a permanent action and cannot be reversed).


Add New VPN


  1. Enter Name
  2. Enter Description
  3. Build Cloud Network
    1. Enter Cloud Firewall Address
    2. Enter Cloud Internal IP Address
    3. Enter Network Subnet
  4. Build Local Network
    1. Enter Local Firewall Address
    2. Enter Local Internal IP Address
    3. Enter Network Subnet
    4. Enter Shared Key
    5. Select Encryption Protocol
    6. Enter MTU
  5. Click Add