VPC User Interface

Virtual Private Clouds (VPCs) mainly use the following pages on Cockpit, enabling you to create and manage your resources and displaying information about them.

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VPCs Page

scr Cockpit Tab VPCs

Items 7 to 14 appear when you select a VPC.

scrNbRed 1

The state of the VPC. For more information, see About VPCs.

Hover over the colored dot for more information about a state.

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The name of the VPC, which you can add using a Name tag. For more information, see Tagging Your Resources.

Double-click this name to modify it.

scrNbRed 3

The ID of the VPC.

scrNbRed 4

The range of IPs for the VPC, in CIDR notation.

scrNbRed 5

One or more tags associated with the VPC.

scrNbRed 6

The ID of the DHCP options set associated with the VPC. For more information, see About DHCP Options.

Click this resource to display the corresponding page.

scrNbRed 7

The state of the subnet. For more information, see About VPCs.

Hover over the colored dot for more information about a state.

scrNbRed 8

The name of the subnet, which you can add using a Name tag. For more information, see Tagging Your Resources.

scrNbRed 9

The ID of the subnet.

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The range of IPs for the subnet, in CIDR notation.

scrNbRed 11

The number of available private IPs in the subnet.

scrNbRed 12

The ID of the route table associated with the subnet. If this route table is the main one for the VPC, it is indicated in parenthesis next to the route table ID. For more information, see About Route Tables

scrNbRed 13

The Availability Zone where the subnet is. For more information, see About Regions, Endpoints, and Availability Zones.

scrNbRed 14

The ID of a NAT gateway created in the subnet, if any.

Click this resource to display the corresponding page.

Route Tables Page

scr Cockpit Tab RouteTables

Items 8 to 10 appear when you select a route table.

scrNbRed 1

The name of the route table, which you can add using a Name tag. For more information, see Tagging Your Resources.

Double-click this name to modify it.

scrNbRed 2

The ID of the route table.

scrNbRed 3

If the route table is not the main one of the VPC, the number of subnets the route table is associated with.

scrNbRed 4

If , the route table is the main one of the VPC. If , it is not.

scrNbRed 5

The ID of the VPC the route table is created for.

scrNbRed 6

The name of the VPC the route table is created for.

scrNbRed 7

The ID of virtual private gateways propagating routes contained in the route table.

scrNbRed 8

The state of the route. For more information, see About Route Tables.

Hover over the colored dot for more information about a state.

scrNbRed 9

The target to use for network flows to reach the corresponding destination.

scrNbRed 10

The destination of network flows, in CIDR notation.

DHCP Options Page

scr Cockpit Tab DHCPOptions

Item 7 appears when you select a DHCP options set.

scrNbRed 1

The name of the VPC associated with the DHCP options set.

scrNbRed 2

The ID of the DHCP options set.

scrNbRed 3

The domain name of the DHCP options set. For more information, see About DHCP Options.

scrNbRed 4

The domain name server (DNS) of the DHCP options set.

If using the OUTSCALE domain name server, OutscaleProvidedDNS is displayed. For more information, see About DHCP Options.

scrNbRed 5

The tags associated with the DHCP options set. For more information, see About Tags.

scrNbRed 6

The IPs of up to four NTP servers of the DHCP options set. For more information, see About DHCP Options.

scrNbRed 7

Information about one or more VPCs with which the DHCP options set is associated:

  • ID: The ID of the VPC.

  • Name: The name of the VPC.

  • CIDR: The CIDR block of the VPC.

Internet Gateways Page

scr Cockpit Tab InternetGateways

scrNbRed 1

The state of the Internet gateway. For more information, see About Internet Gateways.

Hover over the colored dot for more information about a state.

scrNbRed 2

The name of the Internet gateway, which you can add using a Name tag. For more information, see Tagging Your Resources.

Double-click this name to modify it.

scrNbRed 3

The ID of the Internet gateway.

scrNbRed 4

The ID of the VPC the Internet gateway is attached to.

scrNbRed 5

One or more tags associated with the Internet gateway.

NAT Gateways Page

scr Cockpit Tab NATGateways

scrNbRed 1

The state of the NAT gateway. For more information, see About NAT Gateways.

Hover over the colored dot for more information about a state.

scrNbRed 2

The name of the NAT gateway, which you can add using a Name tag. For more information, see Tagging Your Resources.

scrNbRed 3

The ID of the NAT gateway.

scrNbRed 4

The allocation ID of the External IP associated with the NAT gateway.

scrNbRed 5

The ID of the VPC in which the NAT gateway is located.

scrNbRed 6

The ID of the subnet in which the NAT gateway is located.

scrNbRed 7

The Availability Zone where the NAT gateway is located.

scrNbRed 8

The ID of the route table associated with the subnet in which the NAT gateway is located.

The route to the NAT gateway is not automatically created into this route table when creating the NAT gateway. You need to create it manually. For more information, see Creating a Route.

scrNbRed 9

One or more tags associated with the NAT gateway.

VPC Peering Connections Tab

scr Cockpit Tab VPCPeeringConnections

scrNbRed 1

The state of the VPC peering connection. For more information, see About VPC Peering Connections.

Hover over the colored dot for more information about a state.

Rejected or deleted VPC peering connections remain visible during one hour after rejection or deletion.

scrNbRed 2

The name of the VPC peering connection, which you can add using a Name tag. For more information, see Tagging Your Resources.

scrNbRed 3

The ID of the VPC peering connection.

scrNbRed 4

The ID of the account requesting the VPC peering connection.

scrNbRed 5

The ID of the VPC from which the VPC peering connection is requested.

scrNbRed 6

The name of the VPC from which the VPC peering connection is requested.

scrNbRed 7

The ID of the account requested for the VPC peering connection.

scrNbRed 8

The ID of the VPC with which the VPC peering connection is requested.

scrNbRed 9

The name of the VPC with which the VPC peering connection is requested.

scrNbRed 10

One or more tags associated with the VPC peering connection.

VPC Endpoints Page

scr Cockpit Tab VPCEndpoints

Item 7 appears when you select a VPC endpoint.

scrNbRed 1

The state of the VPC endpoint. For more information, see About VPC Endpoints.

Hover over the colored dot for more information about a state.

Deleted resources remain visible for 1 hour.

scrNbRed 2

The name of the VPC endpoint, which you can add using a Name tag. For more information, see Tagging Your Resources.

scrNbRed 3

The ID of the VPC endpoint.

scrNbRed 4

The ID of the VPC from which the VPC endpoint was created.

scrNbRed 5

The name of the service prefix of the VPC endpoint. For more information, see About VPC Endpoints.

scrNbRed 6

One or more tags associated with the VPC endpoint.

scrNbRed 7

One or more route tables associated with the VPC endpoint.

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