Route tables section¶
Route tables help to configure data traffic between internal networks (subnets) and external networks (Internet or office networks).
By default, when a VPC is created a new route table is added and marked as the main one.
Creating a new route table¶
CROC Cloud Platform allows using multiple route tables but only one of them can be the main one. To create a new route table, click .
New route table will be added to the working area. Each route table gets a unique ID in rtb-XXXXXXXX format.
Associating a route table¶
Click to associate a route table with one of available subnets.
Disassociating a route table¶
Click to disassociate subnets from one or multiple route tables.
Setting a route table as main¶
Click to make the created route table the main one.
Attention! There can be only one main route table!
Deleting a route table¶
Click in the Route tables menu to delete a route table. The route table will be deleted after your confirmation.
Displaying route table properties¶
Click a link with unique ID to display detailed table information.
Adding a rule¶
You can add a rule to the route table by specifying the following:
- Network – target network where data is directed to
- Gateway – standard Internet gateway, VPN connection or instance
- BGP ASN – autonomous system number
Click to add a route rule for the specified subnet.
Deleting a route table rule¶
Click to delete a route rule.