This document describes how to set up VPN access from a Corente Services Gateway in your data center to Compute Classic instances that are attached to an IP network defined by you in a multitenant Compute Classic site.
Note:The following other VPN solutions are available for multitenant sites:
VPN access through a third-party gateway in your data center to instances attached to an IP network defined by you in the cloud. See Setting Up VPN From a Third-Party Gateway to an IP Network in Oracle Cloud.
VPN access through a third-party gateway or Corente Services Gateway in your data center to instances attached to the Oracle-provided shared network. See the following documentation:
Understanding the Architecture and Key Components of the Solution
The following figure provides an overview of the solution:
The following are the key components of this solution:
App Net Manager Service Portal: App Net Manager is a secure web portal that you use to create, configure, modify, delete, and monitor the components of your Corente-powered network. You can create, configure, modify, delete, and monitor the components of your Corente-powered network using the Compute Classic web console as well.
Corente Services Gateway: Corente Services Gateway serves as a proxy that facilitates secure access and data transfer in the VPN solution.
The solution consists of two separate installations of Corente Services Gateway:
The first gateway (referred to as on-premises gateway) is installed on a host in your on-premises data center. The gateway may be run as a guest VM on your physical host.
Note that you should set up the on-premises gateway manually on a host with Internet access in your data center. One edge of this on-premises gateway connects to the Internet to establish connectivity with the Corente Services Gateway (the first one) installed in Oracle Cloud and the other edge of the on-premises gateway communicates with hosts or virtual machines of your users and administrators in your private network.
You should manually set routes in your on-premises environment to direct packets with Oracle Cloud tunnel subnets to the Corente Services Gateway installed in your data center.
The second gateway (referred to as cloud gateway) is installed on an Compute Classic instance running in Oracle Cloud.
Workflow for Setting Up VPN
|Create and configure your account on Oracle Cloud||Getting an Oracle.com Account in Getting Started with Oracle Cloud|
|Obtain a trial or paid subscription to Compute Classic
After you subscribe to Compute Classic, you will get your Corente credentials through email after you receive the Compute Classic welcome email.
Note down the Corente account credentials that you received by email.
|How to Begin with Compute Classic Subscriptions in Using Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Compute Classic|
|Set up a Corente Services Gateway (on-premises gateway) in your data center.||Setting Up Corente Services Gateway in Your Data Center|
|Create an IP network.||Creating an IP Network|
|Set up Corente Services Gateway (cloud gateway)||Creating a Cloud Gateway|
|Establish partnership between your on-premises gateway and the cloud gateway.||Establishing Partnership Between Your On-Premises Gateway and Cloud Gateway|
|Configure your guest instances for VPN access.||Configuring Your Guest Instances for VPN Access|