To disconnect a data center group or network fault domain from the Internet, you can remove its egress point.
This operation requires the rights included in the predefined Organization Administrator role or an equivalent set of rights.
If you want to remove an active egress point that is paired with a stand-by egress point, you must swap the egress points or remove the stand-by egress point.
- From the main menu (), select Datacenter Groups.
The list of data center groups displays in a card view.
- In the card of the target data center group, click Details.
You are redirected to the Network Topology view for this data center group. You can see a diagram of the current network topology, which depicts the participating virtual data centers with their network fault domains, the egress points if configured, and the traffic routes.
- If you are removing an egress point from a network fault domain configuration, on the network topology diagram, select the network fault domain of the target egress point.
Network fault domains are represented with solid lines and domain names at the bottom of the diagram.
The selected network fault domain is marked in blue.
- In the upper right corner of the card of the target egress point, click the three dots, and click Delete.
- To confirm, click OK.
BGP routes are removed from the edge gateway representing the egress point if it is not in use by other universal routers.
The egress point is removed from the network topology diagram.