Network instances, such as virtual border routers (VBRs) and Cloud Connect Network (CCN) instances, that are attached to a Cloud Enterprise Network (CEN) instance can access cloud services deployed in virtual private clouds (VPCs).
- The VPC where the cloud services that you want to access are deployed is attached to a CEN instance. For more information, see Create a VPC connection.
- The VBR or CCN instance to which your on-premises network is connected is attached to the CEN instance. For more information, see Create VBR connections and Create a CCN instance connection.
- Log on to the CEN console.
- On the Instances page, find the CEN instance that you want to manage and click the ID of the instance.
- On the instance details page, click the ID of the transit router that is deployed in the same region as the cloud service.
- On the transit router details page, click the Cloud Services tab.
- On the Cloud Services tab, click Configure AnyTunnel.
- In the Configure AnyTunnel dialog box, set the following parameters:
- Service IP address: Enter an IP address or CIDR block used by the cloud service. This IP address or CIDR block must fall into 100.64.0.0/10. For example, you can enter 100.118.28.52/32.
- Service Region: Select the region where the cloud service is deployed.
Note Make sure 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 you set the preceding parameters, the VBR or CCN instance can access the cloud service through the VPC.
- Access Region: Select the region where the VBR or CCN instance that needs to access the cloud service
- Make sure that the VBR or CCN instance is attached to the CEN instance.
- A VBR can access only cloud services that are deployed in the same region as the VBR through the CEN instance.
- Description: Enter a description for the cloud service.
The description must be 2 to 256 characters in length, and can contain digits, hyphens (-), underscore (_), and periods (.). It must start with a letter and cannot start with
- Click OK.Note
- Typically, a cloud service uses multiple IP addresses. Repeat the preceding steps to add routes to all the IP addresses of the cloud service.
- After you set the preceding parameters, routes to the cloud services are added to the default route table of the transit router.