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Network isolation Network environments of two VPCs are completely isolated from each other.
Access control In a VPC, you can implement multi-dimension access control using security groups, meeting requirements of security-demanding scenarios.
Software-defined networking You can configure networking and DHCP capabilities and apply for a public IP address to connect your ECSs in VPCs to the Internet. The configurations take effect immediately.
Interconnection with corporate data centers You can use a VPN to connect a VPC to your physical data center, implementing smooth migration across the physical data center and the cloud. The IPSec can be supported now.
Creating a VPC
You can create VPCs across Availability Zones (AZs). During VPC creation, you can specify the subnet range.
Deleting a VPC
You can delete an unwanted VPC.
Querying a VPC
You can query a VPC and the topology in it.
Modifying a VPC
You can change the VPC name and subnet range.
Creating a subnet
You can create a subnet that takes effect in an AZ.
Deleting a subnet
You can delete an unwanted subnet.
Modifying a subnet
You can change the name and domain name server (DNS) address of a subnet.
VPN management (IPSec)
Creating a VPN connection
You can apply for a VPN to set up a connection between your VPC and your physical data centre.
Deleting a VPN connection
You can delete an unwanted VPN.
Security group management
Adding or deleting a security group
You can add or delete a security group.
Managing security group rules
You can configure rules for a security group.
You can modify bandwidth of an elastic public IP address or an elastic public IP address group.
You can query bandwidth details and the public IP address included in the bandwidth.
Elastic public IP address management
Applying for or releasing an elastic public IP address
You can apply for an elastic public IP address to connect your ECS to the Internet. You can also release the elastic IP address if it is not required.
Binding and unbinding an elastic public IP address
You can bind an elastic public IP address to your ECS to enable the ECS to be accessible from a public network. You can also unbind the elastic IP address from the ECS.