This topic describes how to view the resource topology of a Cloud Enterprise Network (CEN) instance. The Resource Topology page shows a diagram of network instances that are connected to a CEN instance and information about the network instances. This allows you to gain insight into how the network instances are connected and distributed. This way, you can manage your resources in a more convenient manner.

The Resource Topology diagram

View regions where network instances are attached to a CEN instance

  1. Log on to the CEN console.
  2. On the Instances page, click the ID of the CEN instance that you want to manage.
  3. On the CEN details page, click the Resource Topology tab to view the regions where network instances are attached to the CEN instance.
    The Resource Topology diagram of regions

View network instances that are attached to a CEN instance based on regions

On the Resource Topology tab, click the name of the region that you want to query and view network instances that are deployed in the region and attached to the CEN instance.

For example, you can click China (Hangzhou) and view virtual private clouds (VPCs), virtual border routers (VBRs), and Cloud Connect Network (CCN) instances that are deployed in the China (Hangzhou) region and attached to the CEN instance.

In addition, you can click the ID of a transit router and view information about network instances that are connected to the transit router.The Resource Topology diagram of transit routers

View detailed information about network instances in a region

On the Resource Topology tab, click a network instance type. Then, you can view detailed information about network instances of the selected type that are attached to the CEN instance.

For example, you can click VPC and view detailed information about all VPCs that are attached to the CEN instance.The Resource Topology diagram that shows detailed information about network instances