Corente VPN Gateway Install – Oracle Cloud Compute

Select the Corente Gateway Image from the published Oracle Images

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Select a Shape for the Compute Node

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Instance Configuration

You’ll need to generate an SSH Public Key. I’ve used PuttyGen for this test and I found it best to just click “Add SSH Public Key” and then paste the key into the web field. This led to far fewer errors than attempting to upload a saved key from my local Windows PC.

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Storage

You can choose to add a storage volume at this time or perform that task at a later date. The image will launch with a default 42 GB boot volume named for your instance.

 

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Review

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Click “Create”

This will launch three Orchestrations, storage, master and instance.

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My first Corente test instance is online within the Oracle Cloud in roughly 10 minutes!

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Oracle’s official documentation

Setting Up VPN Using Corente Services Gateway

https://docs.oracle.com/cloud/latest/stcomputecs/MCVPN/toc.htm

 

 

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