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Managing network paths in your organization

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A network path specifies two network endpoints. The network endpoints consist of one of the following entities:

  • Server network interface card
  • Network instance
  • Load balancer pool
  • Hard-coded IP address
  • Hard-coded subnet mask

When working with dynamic network containers, a tenant administrator can add or delete the network paths associated with both networks and load balancers in the network container.

To enable the creation and management of network paths, ensure that the network container has at least one virtual firewall.

To view network paths for existing network in your organization

From the BMC Cloud Lifecycle Management – Tenant Administration Console:

  1. Click the My Services tab and then click Network in the link bar to display your organization's network containers.
  2. Select a network container.
  3. Click the Manage Network Paths icon to display the Manage Network Paths dialog box.
  4. Select either the Network or Load Balancer Pool radio button, and click the drop-down arrow to display the corresponding entries.
  5. Select a Network or Load Balancer Pool entry from the drop-down list.
    Any associated network paths are displayed in the Network Paths panel.

To create a network path

  1. Select the Network or Load Balancer Pool radio button, and click the drop-down arrow to display the corresponding entries.
  2. Select a Network or Load Balancer Pool entry from the drop-down list.
    This is the network type or load balancer pool for which you will create a network path.
  3. Click the Create Network Path icon to display the Create Network Path wizard.
  4. Continue with one of the following procedures:

To delete a network path

  1. Select the existing network path to delete.
  2. Click the Delete Network Path icon.
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