This topic describes how to configure PrivateZone access for a Cloud Enterprise Network (CEN) instance. After you configure PrivateZone access for a CEN instance, the network instances attached to the CEN instance can access the PrivateZone service that resolves and manages private domain names.
- Log on to the CEN console.
- Click the ID of the target CEN instance.
- Click the PrivateZone tab, and then click Authorization.
Note You need to grant permissions to the Smart Access Gateway only when you configure PrivateZone access for the first time.
- On the Cloud Resource Access Authorization page, click Confirm Authorization Policy to allow local branches associated with a CCN (a component of the Smart Access Gateway)
in the CEN instance to access the PrivateZone service.
- Click Set Private Zone, and then set the following parameters on the Set Private Zone page:
- Host Region: Select the region to which the VPC configured with the PrivateZone service belongs.
- Host VPC: Select the VPC configured with the PrivateZone service.
The PrivateZone service can be accessed only after the VPC in the host region is selected.
- Access Region: Select the region where access is initiated.
- The access region can be the host region or a CCN. The target network instance in the selected access region must be attached to the CEN instance.
- If you select a CCN whose account is different from that of the VPC or CEN, you must authorize the CCN. For more information, see Grant permissions to CCN.
- Click OK.