The vRack or virtual rack allows multiple servers to be grouped together regardless of number and physical location in our datacentre and connects them to a virtual switch within the same private network. Your servers can communicate privately and securely between each other within a dedicated VLAN. This guide will help you to configure the vRack on two or more dedicated servers. Step 1. Once the vRack is in your account go to the Cloud section of your control panel. Step 2.
Self-service custom subnet allocation for your instances. Deploy virtual servers on dedicated hypervisors for your organization. Maximize security with complete data isolation and guarantee absolute performance.
Add a Dedicated Server to a Private Network
The RPN is a dedicated and private network, connected to the second network interface of your server. This network provides high performance with very low latency and support of jumbo frames as standard. You can easily regroup your servers within your private network with a few clicks, regardless of their number or physical location. Many applications require, for reasons of security and performance, a dedicated private network.
The emergence of software-defined networks SDNs in cloud infrastructures has given users increased flexibility when it comes to network management. By creating private networks , you implement virtual switches that can hot-connect your project instances in real time, without any service interruptions. You can use it to extend private networks between OVH datacentres , connecting instances across different regions around the world through private communication channels. You can create up to 4, level 2 private networks. In concrete terms, launching a Private Network implements a new VLAN, whose communications are only accessible to the resources connected to it.