VirtualNICs REST Endpoints

A Virtual NIC, or vNIC, is a virtual network interface card that enables an instance to be associated with a network. Instances created after mid-September 2016 using Oracle-provided images support eight vNICs, enabling each instance to be associated with up to eight networks. Virtual NIC is created when you launch an instance using an orchestration and in the network attributes you specify the IP network or shared network that each vNIC of an instance should be associated with. For more information, see Instance Attributes in Using Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Compute Classic.
Retrieve Details of a Virtual NIC
Method: get
Path: /network/v1/vnic/{name}
Retrieve Details of all Virtual NICs in a Container
Method: get
Path: /network/v1/vnic/{container}/