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VPC resources

Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) is a set of dedicated cloud networks connected to a virtual router. These cloud networks are used to host Compute service virtual machines.
VPC allows you to create secure and easy-to-manage virtual networks, as well as define routes to external networks.

After registration, a new account customer gets default VPC resources:

  • Virtual Router (aka VPC Router);
  • Public IP configured as SNAT (for outgoing internet);
  • Default route (0.0.0.0/0) to access internet;
  • Base networks connected to VPC Router (usually, at least one 10.207.X.0/24, where X - is the decimal code of location);
  • Service Network is also connected to VPC Router (usually, 198.18.0.0/26).

Also an account gets ALB/VPN/DNS resources:

  • CloudGateway VM in the Service Network;
  • Port-Forwarding for ports: 80/tcp, 443/tcp, 2200/udp, which send traffic to default CloudGateway;
  • Firewall (aka Network Security Group), which opens ports 80/tcp, 443/tcp and 2200/udp on CloudGateway;
  • Firewall NSG Default, which opens egress (outgoing) traffic to each VM in the account;
  • DNS zones: acc.cmp.LOC.icdc.io, acc.vpn.LOC.icdc.io.

Additionally, several types of direct connection to the cloud can be optionally provided by request:

  • DirectConnect network connected to VPC Router, IP range configured according to customer's routing domain and can vary.