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From Simon Murphy <simon.Mur...@vifx.co.nz>
Subject Isolated Network with no Services
Date Tue, 03 Dec 2013 02:45:32 GMT
Is it possible to configure a network offering for an isolated network that has no services?
I would like to give the customer the option to create a network that is totally isolated
(no L3 connectivity) so that they can bring their own software router/firewall. The isolated
network would be connected to other networks via the customers virtual router.

I can create the network offering however it is not listed as an available service when I
try to create the network.

Cheers,
Simon





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