The Networking > Network Interfaces menu shows the virtual network interfaces allocated to this VS. Network interfaces join the physical network to the VS.
When you create a VS 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.
OnApp supports IPv4 and IPv6. Since not every application supports IPv6, at least one IPv4 address must be allocated to a VS's primary network interface.
To see the list of all network interfaces allocated to the VS:
Here you can also view Interface Usage, Edit and Delete network interface (using icon controls) and Add a new network interface using the button at the bottom of the screen.
To add a network interface:
To edit network interface label, port speed or set it as primary (if none is marked as primary), click Edit icon next to the appropriate network interface. After editing the port speed, the virtual server should be power cycled for the change to take effect.
To delete a network interface, click the Delete icon next to the interface you want to delete.
With OnApp you can set firewall rules for the network interfaces of virtual servers. There are two types of firewall rule:
Ensure that the following permissions are enabled before setting firewall rules for your virtual server:
You cannot apply firewall rules to virtual servers which are parts of a blueprint.
You can set the following:
To configure a firewall rule:
To set default firewall rules for a network interface:
The Int1 ACCEPT 184.108.40.206 22 TCP firewall rule means that the Int1 network interface will accept all requests and packets addressed from 220.127.116.11 using the TCP protocol on port 22.
The Int2 DROP 18.104.22.168 22 UDP firewall rule means that the Int2 network interface will reject all requests and packets from 22.214.171.124 using the UDP protocol on port 22.
If you reboot a Xen-based VS from the console, the firewall rules for this VS will be lost, and you will need to update the firewall rules again.
In the Networking -> IP Addresses tab you can find the list of assigned IP addresses, allocate new IP addresses and rebuild a network.
To allocate a new IP Address to the VS:
After Allocating New IP address(es) for ISO virtual server, configure this IP Address manually for ISO in console.
To remove an IP address from a VS:
You can't delete an IP address that is in use.
The main Virtual Servers screen displays the network speed of each VS's primary network interface. To see the speed of all interfaces assigned to a VS:
To edit a virtual server's network speed: