Description: The customer has set up a few Network Connectors (AWS, DigitalOcean, and Google Cloud). As server administrators, they would like to easily record the connectors (ex. connector.aws.local, connector.google.local, etc.) when they need to access them, instead of remembering all the Private or Tunnel IP Addresses.
Resolution: To do this, use CloudConnexa DNS Records.
From your CloudConnexa Admin Portal go to Settings > DNS > DNS Records > Add the three Records for your connectors of AWS, DigitalOcean, and Google Cloud (see screenshots below).
- Domain Name: connector.aws.local = IPv4: 100.96.1.2
- Domain Name: connector.digitalocean.local = IPv4: 100.96.2.146
- Domain Name: connector.google.local = IPv4: 100.96.1.242
From your CloudConnexa Portal > Networks > select the Networks created > Applications > Add Applications > Add aws.local, digitalocean.local & google.local to the correct Networks > Add.
Test from the connected WPC user device and access the network connectors (either via ping, SSH, etc.) using Its Application Domain-based routing.