Private Net

We are proud to announce a  new network interface  feature for your Virtual Servers. The network interface allows you to have a Private Network between all of your resources in a Resource Pool. With a Private Network, you can take advantage of the new feature for increased security and bandwidth control.

The Private Network or ‘Private Net’ will allow your Virtual Servers to communicate privately with out any traffic leaving a Data Center. All traffic that is shared between your servers using the Private Network is 100% free and secure. This includes all uploads and downloads between your server using the Private Network.

For example, if you need your Web Server to continuously communicate with your Database Server, you wont have to worry about bandwidth budgeting and planning as long as they both share the Private Net.

To add a private network to your Resource Pool, you will need to either purchase the Private Net option during checkout or select ‘Modify Cloud Resource Pool’ and then add the Private Net feature to your Resource Pool.

For every existing Virtual Machine you want to add the new Private Network interface for, you will need to shut down the Virtual Machine. Once the Virtual Machine is shut down, you can then add the new Private Network interface.

To read more about how Private Network is a solution for you and how to enable Private Network  in our Zunicore Portal, log in now and read our Knowledge Base article Private Network  or open a chat now with an always available Zunicore representative.

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