The Networking menu enables you to manage network interfaces and allocate IP addresses for edge accelerators. The Networking > Network Interfaces menu shows the virtual network interfaces allocated to this edge accelerator. Network interfaces join the physical network to the edge accelerator.  When you create an edge accelerator, a network interface is added automatically. This network interface will be assigned to the existing physical network using a spare IP (IPv4) and will be set primary by default. At least one IPv4 address must be allocated to an edge accelerator's primary network interface. 

  • Two networks cannot be used for one edge accelerator simultaneously. Only one edge accelerator can be created per network.
  • Do not use two accelerated networks for one VS.
  • CDN edge accelerator does not support the Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6).

The content is distributed to 29 locations via the global Content Delivery Network managed by OnApp.

 Click here to see the list of PoPs provided by OnApp

America

  • Dallas
  • Montreal
  • San Jose
  • Seattle
  • Toronto
  • Queretaro
  • Washington
  • Houston
  • Atlanta
  • Santa Clara
  • Newark
  • Ashburn
  • Chicago
  • Sao Paulo

Europe

  • Amsterdam
  • Frankfurt
  • London
  • Milan
  • Paris
  • Stockholm
  • Karlskrona
  • Malmo
  • Goteborg

Asia

  • Singapore
  • Tokyo
  • Hanoi
  • Hong Kong

Australia

  • Melbourne
  • Sydney

Apart from the global PoPs provided by OnApp, you may also include your own edge location to serve your local visitors or audience. By default, your own edge locations are included. If you want to enable only several particular locations, submit a ticket to Support with the details below:

  • If you deploy multiple edge locations, specify the locations to be added to the accelerator network.
  • Select which locations should be enabled: either your own edge locations, default global PoPs provided by OnApp, or both.

View Network Interfaces

To see the list of all network interfaces allocated to the edge accelerator:

  1. Go to your Control Panel > Cloud > Edge Accelerators menu.
  2. Click the label of the edge accelerator you're interested in.
  3. Click the Networking tab, then click Network Interfaces.
  4. On the page that follows you will see the following fields:
  • Interface – optional label of the network interface.
  • Network join – name of the network and a Compute resource or Compute zone this network is joined to.
  • Port speed – the speed set to the interface.
  • Primary interface – indication whether the interface is primary or not.

Create Network Interface

To add a network interface:

  1. Go to your Control Panel > Cloud > Edge Accelerators menu.
  2. Click the label of the edge accelerator you're interested in.
  3. Click the Networking tab, then click Network Interfaces.
  4. Click the Add New Network Interface button at the bottom of the screen.
  5. On the screen that appears, input values for the following parameters:
    • Label – a human-friendly name for the new interface.
    • Physical Network – choose a network join from the drop-down menu, which lists network joins assigned to the Compute resource/Compute zone on which the edge accelerator runs).
    • Port speed – set port speed in Mbps, or make it unlimited.
  6. Click the Submit button.

Edit Network Interface

To edit a network interface:

  1. Go to your Control Panel > Cloud > Edge Accelerators menu.
  2. Click the label of the edge accelerator you're interested in.
  3. Click the Networking tab, then click Network Interfaces.
  4. On the page that follows click the Edit icon next to the network interface you want to change.
  5. On the screen that appears, change the following parameters:
    • Label – a human-friendly name for the new interface.
    • Port speed – set port speed in Mbps, or make it unlimited.
  6. Click the Submit button.

View Network Interface Usage Statistics

To view interface usage statistics:

  1. Go to your Control Panel > Cloud > Edge Accelerators menu.
  2. Click the label of the edge accelerator you're interested in.
  3. Click the Networking > Network Interfaces tab.
  4. Click the Statistics (chart) icon next to the network you're interested in.
  5. On the screen that appears, the top chart shows bandwidth usage for the last 24 hours. The bottom chart shows usage for the last three months.
  6. To zoom into a time period, click and drag in a chart. Click the Reset zoom button to zoom out again.

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