An organization administrator can create a VPN tunnel between two organization virtual datacenter networks in different organizations. The organizations can be part of the same vCloud Director installation or a different installation.
Verify that you have a routed organization virtual datacenter network in each of the organizations. The organization virtual datacenter networks must have IP subnets that do not overlap and a site-to-site VPN enabled.
If the tunnel endpoints have a firewall between them, you must configure it to allow the following IP protocols and UDP ports:
IP Protocol ID 50 (ESP)
IP Protocol ID 51 (AH)
UDP Port 500 (IKE)
UDP Port 4500
- Click Administration and select the organization virtual datacenter.
- Click the Org VDC Networks tab, right-click the organization virtual datacenter network name, and select Configure Services.
- Click the VPN tab and click Add.
- Type a name and optional description.
- Select A network in another organization from the drop-down menu.
- Click Connect to another organization, type the login information for the peer organization, and click Continue.
Base URL of the vCloud instance that contains the peer organization. For example, https://www.example.com. Do not include /cloud or /cloud/org/orgname in the URL.
Organization name that is used as the unique identifier in the organization URL. For example, if the organization URL is https://www.example.com/cloud/org/myOrg, type myOrg.
User name of an organization administrator or system administrator that has access to the organization.
Password associated with the user name.
- Select a peer network.
- Review the tunnel settings and click Connect.
vCloud Director configures both peer network endpoints.