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How do I configure networks for DRaaS?
OnApp with draas.io
OnApp DRaaS uses two types of networks: public (routable) and private. Public (routable) networks are used to establish data replication streaming between Client and Provider Clouds, IP addresses in such networks have to be routable from Compute Resources of both Clouds. Private networking configuration of Virtual Servers is copied to Provider Cloud as-is - this means that Provider Cloud should have exactly the same private networks configured as on the Client Cloud - same networks, network links, IP pool, IP addresses, etc. It is very important to correctly configure networks on draas.io so that it understands which networks should be used for replication and which are private. When you are registering Private Provider Compute Zone, on the third step of the wizard you'll be presented with a list of all networks available on the Cloud. Please check all the networks that are going to be private. All the other network will be considered as public.When you are registering Private Client Compute Zone, you'll need to link the networks between Client and Provider Compute Zones - select "PUBLIC" in the dropdown list to mark the network as public one, or select any Network from Provider Compute Zone to link them.