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Attach, Detach Networks From Live Cloud Servers Via The Control Panel

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Cloud Networks provides you the flexibility to create fully isolated single-tenant networks in the cloud. In May, we launched the ability for you to attach or detach networks from Next Generation Cloud Servers (Performance and Standard flavors) via the Rackspace API. Now, you have the same capability through the Rackspace Control Panel. The ability to attach and detach networks via the Control Panel gives you the flexibility to add and remove networks from a live and operational Cloud Server.

To attach a network click on Add Network in “Server details” tab:

To remove a network click on Disconnect Network in “Server details” tab:

For more details please read this article. As always, we greatly value your feedback and look forward to continue helping you with your application needs.

RackConnect users should read caveats related to attaching detaching networks from cloud servers here.

About the Author

This is a post written and contributed by Sameer Satyam.

Sameer Satyam joined Rackspace as a Product Manager in September 2012. At Rackspace, he has been actively working towards bringing Networking features based on the OpenStack Neutron project to market.

Before joining Rackspace, he held a wide variety of roles including engineering, professional services and product management positions. He has spent the majority of his career at Cisco. He has had a long history in networking technologies and has worked on launching products and services for enterprise customers and service providers.


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4 Comments

What about network name rename ? :)
What about be able to explicitly define ip address when attaching a network to a server?

avatar Francisco Azevedo on January 10, 2014 | Reply

Hi Francisco , We’re working on the ability to explicitly specify IP address and we hope to have this feature in the next few months. We haven’t really looked into network-rename but I will make a note of that.

avatar Sameer Satyam on January 10, 2014

Except it’s not available to any UK Customers yet…

avatar Ben Sebborn on February 6, 2014 | Reply

The public cloud is a cloud managed by any company uses a massive number of people.

avatar David on February 27, 2014 | Reply

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