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View Cloud OnRamp Cloud Connectivity

In vManage NMS, you can view the host and gateway virtual private cloud (VPC) instances that have been configured with the Cloud OnRamp service. You can also map and unmap host VPCs, and add and delete gateway VPCs.

Display Host VPCs

  1. In vManage NMS, select the Configuration ► Cloud OnRamp screen.
  2. In the Cloud OnRamp Dashboard, click the pane for the desired VPC. The Host VPCs/Gateway VPCs screen opens, and Host VPCs is selected by default. In the bar below this, Mapped Host VPCs is selected by default, and the table on the screen lists the mapping between host and gateway VPCs, the state of the gateway VPC, and the VPN ID.
  3. To list unmapped host VPCs, click Unmapped Host VPCs. Then click Discover Host VPCs.
  4. To display the gateway VPCs, click Gateway VPCs.

Display Gateway VPCs

  1. In vManage NMS, select the Configuration ► Cloud OnRamp screen.
  2. In the Cloud OnRamp Dashboard, click the pane for the desired VPC. The Host VPCs/Gateway VPCs screen opens, and Host VPCs is selected by default.
  3. Click Gateway VPCs.

The table at the bottom of the screen lists the gateway VPCs.

Map Host VPCs to a Gateway VPC

  1. In vManage NMS, select the Configuration ► Cloud OnRamp screen.
  2. In the Cloud OnRamp Dashboard, click the pane for the desired VPC. The Host VPCs/Gateway VPCs screen opens.
  3. Click Unmapped Host VPCs.
  4. Click Discover Host VPCs.
  5. From the list of discovered host VPCs, select the desired host VPCs
  6. Click Map VPCs. The Map Host VPCs popup opens.
  7. In the Gateway VPC drop-down, select the desired gateway VPC.
  8. In the VPN drop-down, select the VPN in the overlay network in which to place the mapping.
  9. Click Map VPCs.

Unmap Host VPCs

  1. In vManage NMS, select the Configuration ► Cloud OnRamp screen.
  2. In the Cloud OnRamp Dashboard, click the pane for the desired VPC. The Host VPCs/Gateway VPCs screen opens.
  3. Click Mapped Host VPCs.
  4. From the list of VPCs, select the desired host VPCs.
  5. Click Unmap VPCs.
  6. Click OK to confirm the unmapping.

Add a Gateway VPC

  1. In vManage NMS, select the Configuration ► Cloud OnRamp screen.
  2. In the Cloud OnRamp Dashboard, click the pane for the desired VPC. The Host VPCs/Gateway VPCs screen opens, and Host VPCs is selected by default.
  3. Click Gateway VPCs.
  4. Click Add Gateway VPC.

Delete a Gateway VPC

  1. In vManage NMS, select the Configuration ► Cloud OnRamp screen.
  2. In the Cloud OnRamp Dashboard, click the pane for the desired VPC. The Host VPCs/Gateway VPCs screen opens, and Host VPCs is selected by default.
  3. Click Mapped Host VPCs.
  4. Select the desired host VPC, and click Unmap VPCs.
  5. Click OK to confirm the unmapping.
  6. Click Gateway VPCs.
  7. Click the Trash icon to the left of the row for the gateway VPC.
  8. Click OK to confirm.

Release Information

Introduced in vManage NMS in Release 17.2.

Additional Information

See the Configuring Cloud OnRamp Service for your software release.

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