Authorising IP addresses for vCenter access

Find out how to manage IP address access restrictions for vCenter

Last updated 18th November 2020

Objective

Access to your Managed Bare Metal can be restricted by allowing only certain IP addresses or ranges to connect to it.

This guide explains how to authorise IP addresses for vCenter access in the OVHcloud Control Panel.

Requirements

Instructions

If you have set the vCenter access policy to "Restricted", you need to add the IP addresses that will be allowed to connect to the service.

In your OVHcloud Control Panel, open the "Bare Metal Cloud" section, then select your service under Managed Bare Metal in the left-hand navigation bar.

From the main page of the service, switch to the Security tab, then click on Add a new IP address range.

vCenter

In the new Window, enter an IP address (range) that should be allowed access. You can also add a description to make the organisation of the whitelist easier.

vCenter

Click on Next when you have filled in the fields, then click on Confirm to apply your changes. Connections from this IP address (range) will now be possible.

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