OnApp Control Panel enables you to control low-level cloud settings for networks, network zones, and resolvers. To be able to provide IP addresses to virtual servers, follow the next steps:
- Go to Settings > Network Zones and click Create Network Zone.
- Add a label of your choice, select a Virtual server type and click Save. For details on how to create a network zone, see Create and Manage Network Zones.
- Go to Settings > Networks and click Add New Network.
- Add a label of your choice, select the previously created network zone for a Network Group and select the Shared Network type. Click Submit to save changes.
For details on how to create a network, see Create and Manage Networks.
- Go to Settings > Networks and click New IP Net. Fill in the fields for your appliance network that is a network that will be assigned to virtual servers you create in OnApp. You should add a Network Address (e.g. 10.95.0.0) and Network Mask / CIDR (e.g. 24).
- Join the network you have just created to a compute zone you added earlier. Go to Settings > Compute Zones and click a label of a destination compute zone.
- Click the Tools menu and click Manage Networks. Attach the network you created earlier and enter a name of an Interface on the compute resources (e.g. eth2) that will be used for virtual servers connectivity.
For details on how to attach a network to a compute zone, see Manage Compute Zone Networks.
Add resolvers to the network you have created. Go to Settings > Resolvers and click Create Resolver. Add a DNS server of your choice, for example, you could use 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11 for Google DNS. Select the network you created previously and click Create Resolver.