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Network
SoftLayer_Network_Gateway

Overview

A network gateway is a set of members which have a configurable set of VLANs trunked through them. This is helpful for creating proxies. Each network gateway can have a configurable set of hardware and VLANs within the same pod routed to it. Gateways can be bypassed or unbypassed either as a whole or for specific VLANs. They are also provided gateway VLANs for management that are never bypassed. Members cannot be simply removed once attached to a gateway, they must be reclaimed.

Methods

Bypass All VLANs
Bypass VLANs
Create a new server gateway
Edit Gateway
Retrieve the account for this gateway.
Retrieve all VLANs trunked to this gateway.
Retrieve the members for this gateway.
Retrieve the firewall associated with this gateway, if any.
Retrieve a SoftLayer_Network_Gateway record.
Get Possible Inside VLANs
Retrieve the private gateway IP address.
Retrieve the private VLAN for accessing this gateway.
Retrieve the public gateway IP address.
Retrieve the public gateway IPv6 address.
Retrieve the public VLAN for accessing this gateway.
Retrieve the current status of the gateway.
Bypass All VLANs
Bypass VLANs