The virtual border routers (VBRs) and Cloud Connect Network (CCN) instances attached to Cloud Enterprise Network (CEN) instances can access the cloud services deployed in VPCs through the CEN instances.
- The VPC where the cloud services that you want to access are deployed is attached to a CEN instance.
- The VBR or CCN instance to which your on-premises network is connected is attached to the CEN instance. For more information, see Attach networks.
- Log on to the CEN console.
- On the Instances page, click the ID of the target CEN instance.
- Click the AnyTunnel tab. Then click SetAnyTunnelService.
- In the SetAnyTunnelService pane, complete the following settings:
- Service IP address: Enter an IP address or CIDR block used by the cloud service to be accessed. This IP address or CIDR block must belong to the 100.64.0.0/10 CIDR block. Example: 100.118.28.52/32.
- Host Region: Select the region to which the cloud service to be accessed belongs.
Note Ensure that at least one VPC in the selected region is attached to the CEN instance.
- Host VPC: Select the VPC attached to the CEN instance from the drop-down list.
After the configuration is completed, the VBR or CCN instance will access the cloud service as the VPC.
- Access Region: Select the region to which the VBR or CCN instance that needs to access the cloud
- Ensure that the VBR or CCN instance is attached to the CEN instance.
- A VBR can only access the cloud services that are deployed within the same region as the VBR through its attached CEN instance.
- Description: Optional.
If you enter a service description in this field, ensure that the description is 2 to 256 characters in length and does not start with
- Click OK.
Note Typically, a cloud service uses multiple IP addresses. Repeat the preceding steps to add routes for all the IP addresses of the cloud service to be accessed.