Click your account name at the top of the Control Panel screen to view tabs with the details of the user account you're currently logged in with.  It also includes infobox options and API Key information. If permissions allow, the tab with a custom name can be displayed as an iFrame. This is configured by administrator. Administrators can view details of all account profiles through the Control Panel's Users menu.

This chapter contains information on the following tabs that comprise the user profile:

Overview

This tab contains information on the user's login, user roles, billing plan, prices and other. 

Profile

User Details 

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Additional Info

User Additional Fields allow administrators to create custom fields and use them with the API or a third party system. These fields will vary for different users, depending on the information the administrator wants them to fill in.


Oauth Authentication

OAuth - open standard for authorization - enables users to log into OnApp using their Google and Facebook accounts. For users to access this feature, it should be enabled by the Cloud Administrator.


API Info

For more information, see API Key.

 

Yubico info

 

Billing Details

Prices

The list of all used resources and their price per hour for two states: VS powered ON and VS powered OFF.

Backups

 

To edit the details of the user profile, click the edit button in the upper right corner. You will then be redirected to a page where you can change the details of your profile. Besides the details described above, you can also change the password and auto suspending settings.

Payments

This tab contains the list of your paid invoices. 

Billing Plan

This tab contains the details of the billing plan assigned to the user. The following sections are displayed:

 

Backups

This tab contains the list of the user's backups. For each backup the following details are displayed:  

Customer Networks

This tab contains the list of user's customer networks. Customer networks are used for isolation of customer’s virtual servers from other customers' VSs via VLAN. 

For each customer network, the following details are displayed:

You can add new customer networks to the profile:

  1. Click New Customer Network or +
  2. On the following page provide the following details of the new customer network:
    • Label - the label of the new customer network.
    • Compute resource - select the VMware compute resource to associate the customer network with.
    • IP Address Pool - a range of NAT IP addresses.
    • Network Zone - specify the network zone to which the customer network will be assigned.
    • Prefix Size (CIDR) - the prefix size should be in the range 24-30 and is used to set the subnet size.
    • Is nated - select this checkbox to use NAT for translating the traffic from Vyatta's single eternal IP to local customer network IPs. Leave this box unchecked if you are using your own firewall with external IP address.
  3. Click Create Customer Network and the new network will be added to the customer networks list. 

If you decide not to add a new network and want to return to the previous page - click Back.

iFrame

This tab is iFrame show page. The title of this tab is set by the administrator when configuring this option. If permissions allow, this option displays a web page within the user OnApp Control Panel.