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Configuring Ubuntu/Debian/CentOS as VPC Gateway

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A Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) is a virtual network that is exclusively allocated to your VPSie account. It enables you to launch VPSie resources such as Virtual Machines (VMs) and storage service (S3) buckets, into a virtual network that you have defined. This allows you to segregate your resources from the public internet and provide increased security and control over your network infrastructure. A VPC gateway is an essential component of a VPC as it facilitates communication between your VPC and other networks. It acts as a router and firewall to regulate traffic between the VPC and other networks. This allows you to create a secure and secluded network environment for your resources while still allowing them to communicate with other networks as required.


VPC with internet Gateway

By configuring VPSie Virtual Machines as internet gateways, you can establish a connection between your VPC network and the internet, allowing you to access your VPC resources from remote locations. These gateways act as a bridge between your VPC network and the public internet, while ensuring the security and isolation of your VPC network. This makes it an ideal solution for connecting on-premise networks or applications to your VPC, while maintaining the integrity and security of your VPC network.



This guide will walk you through the process of configuring a gateway and backend VM for Ubuntu on your VPSie account. By following the steps outlined in this guide, you will be able to create a secure and reliable connection between your VPC network and the internet.



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