As of February 21, 2022, new ApsaraDB for MongoDB instances cannot use classic network. For existing instances that use classic network, you can change the network type to VPC or continue to use classic network.
February 21, 2022
|Item||Original network type||New network type|
|Network type||Both classic network and VPC are available.
||Only VPC is available.|
- New ApsaraDB for MongoDB replica set and sharded cluster instances cannot use classic network, but VPC.
- Existing instances that use classic network are not affected. You can change the network type to VPC or continue to use classic network.
If you have applications deployed on an ECS instance, you must ensure that the ApsaraDB for MongoDB instance and ECS instance are of the same network type to implement network connectivity.
|Create an instance||When you purchase a new replica set instance and a sharded cluster instance, set network type to VPC.|
|Change the network type from classic network to VPC||
|Change the expiration period of the classic network endpoint for the ApsaraDB for MongoDB instance||You can change the expiration period of the classic network endpoint for the ApsaraDB for MongoDB instance. For more information, see Change the retention period of internal endpoints on the classic network of an ApsaraDB for MongoDB instance.|