This topic does not apply to Oracle Cloud at Customer.
You can set up VPN access to your instances by using Corente Services Gateway on a Compute Classic instance. Corente is an Oracle-provided IPsec solution. Corente Services Gateway acts as a proxy to facilitate secure access and data transfer to your instances. All VPN connections to your multitenant Compute Classic site use a Corente Services Gateway instance in the cloud.
In your data center, you can use either a supported third-party VPN device, or Corente Services Gateway installed on a host.
In Compute Classic accounts provisioned from 17.4.2 onwards, Corente VPN solutions might not be available, as these solutions are being deprecated. Use VPN as a Service (VPNaaS) instead. See Setting Up a VPN Connection Using VPNaaS.
For Compute Classic accounts provisioned prior to 17.4.2, the following table provides the relevant documentation resource for each of the Corente VPN scenarios.
|Cloud Network||Data Center Gateway||Document|
|IP network||Third-party device||Setting Up VPN from a Third-Party Gateway to an IP Network in Oracle Cloud|
|IP network||Corente Services Gateway||Setting Up VPN from a Corente Services Gateway to an IP Network in Oracle Cloud|
|Shared network||Third-party device||Setting Up VPN From a Third-Party Gateway On-Premises to the Shared Network|
|Shared network||Corente Services Gateway||Setting Up VPN from Corente Services Gateway On-Premises to the Shared Network|
To use the web console to set up or manage a VPN connection using a Corente Services Gateway in the cloud and a third-party device in your data center, see:
If you’ve subscribed to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Dedicated Compute Classic, then you can use the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Networking Classic – VPN for Dedicated Compute Classic service. See Connecting to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Dedicated Compute Classic Instances Using VPN.