Navigating the Network Domain Dashboard in a MCP 2.0 Data Center



This article describes how to understand and use the Network Domain dashboard.

  1. Network Domains are only available in MCP 2.0 Data Center Locations. For an overview, see Understanding MCP 1.0 vs. MCP 2.0 Data Center Locations
    • Name - The Name of the Network Domain - In this case "Network Domain 1".
    • ID - The ID of the Network Domain - in this case "61f98aea-1efe-448f-82e6-5d54f624c859".
    • Description - The (optional) Description of the Network Domain - In this case, "For Documentation screenshots". 
    • Network Plan - The type of Network Domain. (There are 2 types of Network Domain, Advanced and Essentials. For an explanation of the differences, see How to Deploy a MCP 1.0 Cloud Network or a MCP 2.0 Network Domain) In this case "Advanced".
    • Data Center - The Data Center where the Network Domain is located - in this case "US - West - MCP 2.0 (NA12)".
    • Date Created - The date that the Network Domain was provisioned.
    • SNAT IPv4 AddressTo provide IPv4 Internet connectivity, an IPv4 source network address translation (SNAT) IP address is assigned to all cloud network domains. This address is used to provide all Internet-bound traffic with a public source IP address for global reachability. All servers in a cloud network domain share this public IPv4 address unless they are configured as part of a NAT, in which case the server’s public NAT IP address is used for Internet communications.
    • Outside Transit VLAN IPv4 Address - Used in various API action validations. See Introduction to IP Addressing and Routing in MCP 2.0.
    • Tags - Any tags associated with the Network Domain. For an explanation of Tag's, see Introduction to Tagging, Tag Keys and Tag Values.

    • Select a different Region:

    • Select a different Network/Network Domain:
    • Search for a different Cloud Resource or Tag.

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