Setting Virtual Server Network

1. Click Tools under Network Options you will see the following:

- Edit Firewall: Allows you to add/remove/edit firewall rules for your virtual servers
- Manage Network Interface: Allows you to manage your virtual server's NIC. You must add additional IPs for additional NICs. Click Networking > IP Addresses to add additional IPs
- Rebuild Network: Allows you to put the new network configuration to use. Must be done for changes to take place

2. Click Networking and you will see the following:

- Network Interfaces: Allows you to manage the NICs
- Firewall: Allows you to manage firewall policies
- IP Address: Allows you to manage IPs

3. Editing Firewall Rules             

- ACCEPT: Select to accept packets
- DROP: Select to drop packets

Source: Specify source IP for the rule (if you don't want to, leave blank)
Destination Port: Specficy virtual server port for the rule
Protocol: Choose relevant protocol

Click Add Rule to save rule and click Apply Firewall Rule to put it in effect

- DEFAULT FIREWALL RULES - Default rule (ACCEPT or DROP) for all traffic not included in the firewall rules for the particular virtual server
Click Save Default Firewall Rules to save the changes
Click Apply Firewall Rule for the changes to be put in effect

4. Manage Network Interfaces

- Interface: Name of the NIC
- Network Join: The network the NIC is connected to
- Port Speed: The port speed of the NIC 
- Primary Interface: Shows which interface is the primary interface

4.1 Click Add New Network Interface to add a new NIC

4.2 Fill in the properties of the NIC

- Label: Name of the NIC
- Physical Network: The physical network you want the NIC to be connected to
- Port Speed: Port speed of the NIC. We recommend ∞ for the best performance at not additional cost

Click submit to save the changes

5. Rebuild Network - Allows for the changes to the NICs to take place

Remark: You must rebuild your network if you may any changes to the IPs and/or NICs

5.1 Click Tools > Rebuild Network

5.2 Do not select Force Reboot if you do not wish to reboot the virtual server now for the changes to take place. The system will attempt to rebuild the network without rebooting the virtual server first. If it is unable to do so, it will then reboot the virtual server if you select Force Reboot option. If the first attempt is unsuccessful and Force Reboot is not selected, you must reboot the server yourself for the changes to take effect. 

6. Virtual Server IP Address

6.1 Click Networking  > IP Addresses

6.2 Click Allocate New IP Address Assignment

6.3 Configuring IP Addresses

Select one of the NICs you have built. Select Specify IP Address to add an additional IP. You can filter the IPs by selecting used IPs (in use), my IPs (you're using), and/or IPv6

Click Add IP Address Assignment. A new IP address will be assigned to you 

6.4 Deleting an IP Address

Click the Delete Icon to delete the IP address

6.5 Select Delete without Rebuilding the Network if you don't want the changes to take immediate effect. Select Delete and Rebuild the Network for immediate effect

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