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What Is VPC?
Introduction to VPC
Virtual Private Cloud
A Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) is a private and isolated virtual network created on HUAWEI CLOUD. You have complete control over your virtual networking environment, including selecting your own IP address range, creating subnets, and configuring security groups. You can also assign EIPs and allocate bandwidth in your VPC to enable secure and easy access to your business system.
The VPC service can help you build private networks on the cloud, assign EIPs for network access, and configure and deploy services.
You can leverage the VPC service to build private networks on the cloud, and use ELB to provide web services that can be concurrently accessed by a large number of users.
Dedicated for new users
Video Tutorials | Operation Demonstration Videos
Planning and Configuration
Rapid fault handling
Is the VPC Service Charged?
Which CIDR Blocks Are Available to the VPC Service?
How Do I Access the Internet Using the EIP Bound to the NIC?
How Do I Configure the Policy-Based Routing for ECSs with Multiple NICs?
What Do I Do If Outbound Access through TCP Port 25 Is Restricted?
What Bandwidth Types Does the VPC Service Support?