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Add a Connection from a Port to the Cloud Router
If you are present in a shared data center location and have already provisioned a PacketFabric port, then you can connect that port to a Cloud Router.
This allows you to use the PacketFabric SDN to access your Cloud Router traffic directly from your on-premises environment.
Before you begin, you must already have provisioned an access port. For more information, see Create a Port.
Create a PacketFabric Cloud Router connection
Log in to the PacketFabric portal and select Cloud Routers.
From the Cloud Router overflow menu, select Create Connection.
Select Dedicated Port.
Complete the following fields and then click Next.
Select Source Port
Select your source port.
You can click Toggle Details to view information about any virtual circuits already associated with that port.
PacketFabric Port Connection Details
- This is the speed/capacity you are setting for the connection.
- Connection description
- Enter a name for the connection.
NOTE: The number symbol
#is not permitted in connection descriptions.
Source VLAN ID
Specify a VLAN ID for your source port or disable VLAN tagging.
You can manually enter the ID or click Next Available. If you click Next Available, we find the highest in-use VLAN ID and increment by one. For example, if the highest in-use ID is 15, this field autopopulates with 16. By default, these fields are already populated with the next available VLAN ID.
Select a billing account and then click Place Order.
The connection should provision within a few minutes.
Before you can begin transferring data, you must set up BGP for this connection. See Configure BGP for Port Connections.