Updated by @KeithResar on Feb 17, 2016
Standard and Hyperscale virtual servers are deployed with a single network interface card (NIC) on a single network VLAN.
Customers can assign any number of IP addresses and aliases to the NIC but they are all on the same network VLAN. Applications that require layer-2 access to multiple VLANs require secondary NICs.
Build a Blueprint and use the script Utilities - Add secondary NIC on Linux to add additional secondary NICs to your cloud server.
- This package cannot currently be executed using the Servers -> Group -> Execute Package framework.
- Script is compatible with all supported Linux distributions.
- Each secondary NIC must be on a different VLAN. There is no pre-execution policy in place that prevents someone from selecting the same VLAN multiple times so make sure to document usage in any follow-up Blueprint deploy guide.
- This package may be included multiple times in your Blueprint to add a total of up to four NICs on any cloud server.