Isolated networks (subnets) that allow traffic to move privately across your compute machines and shared storage.
By default, machines cannot communicate privately with any other machines. Private Networks create a dedicated subnet (logically isolated from other Core customers) that enables machines and Shared Drives attached to the Private Network to communicate securely with each other. Private Networks are required for certain features, such as VPN Gateways.
IP Address Allocation
Each of your Private Networks is assigned a random
/24 subnet belonging to the RFC 1918 private IP address space. Users have the option to change to a
/24 of their choosing, should it be a technical requirement for them, by submitting a ticket (provided this
/24 adheres to the RFC 1918 private IP address space).
- Private networks are region specific.
- If machine is on during network migration, loss of connectivity may be experienced. The machine will be running but you will not be able to connect/SSH until you reboot the machine.
Create A Private Network
Private Networks can be added anytime by clicking the Networks tab in the console.
- Choose a name
- Choose the region
- Click create
Adding Machines to Your Private Network
Machines can be launched in a Private Networks when creating the machine.
- On the create machine page, toggle Advanced options
- Select your Private Network from the dropdown
- Create your machine
From the console, you can migrate machines between private networks and from the default network to a private network. It is not possible to migrate a machine back to the default network. If this is required, please file a Support ticket.
Delete a Private Network
Private Networks can be removed anytime by clicking the Networks tab in the console.
- Select the ellipsis (...) menu
- Click delete
$1 per month for each machine assigned to the Private Network. Billing is prorated for the time that they exist in your account.