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Private Networking

Last Updated on 2019-09-19


A Private Networking acts like a private gigabit ethernet switch, connecting your servers together via a second virtual ethernet card and preferred IPv4 address in each server. This connection is under a private and high capacity network within the same region, that isolate your servers and filter public access to secure your sensitive data.

Plans and Pricing

Enabling private networking for cloud server costs US$1.5/Month for each region. Traffic over private networking is free and doesn’t count against your bandwidth.

Regional Availability

Private Networking is available in every region.

Role Permissions

Role Permissions
Owner Purchase Private Networking Service, Enable Private Networking, View Private Networking, Terminate Private Networking Service
Member Enable Private Networking, View Private Networking
Billing Member Enable Private Networking, View Private Networking
Billing Admin Not Available


  • You must manually modify the network settings through the console for the Private Networking to be functional.

  • Cloud servers can only privately communicate with each other within the same private networking IP group.

  • We don’t currently support private networking between Cloud Servers in different datacenters.


  1. Log in to LayerPanel , go to the Services section and click Cloud Servers button, and then click on the Cloud Servers you want to enable private networking.

  2. Select the Enable Private Networking button, and choose your preferred private IP group.

  3. Log in to your server and start to configure private networking manually by referring following tutorial.

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