For each cloud space a virtual private network is automatically created.
Behind the scenes this virtual private network gets its network address from a DHCP server that runs on a separate virtual machine with RouterOS as the operating system, also implementing a firewall that protects all virtual machines on the cloud space for which the RouterOS instance is dedicated.
On the Private Network page all private networks are listed:
For each private network the table shows:
ID of the private network
ID of the cloud space for which this private network was created
Public IP address of the RouterOS dedicated to the private network, shared by all virtual machines of the cloud space
Private IP address for managing the RouterOS
For more details on a specific private network you should click the network ID button , bringing you to the Private Network Details page:
On the Private Network Details page you can now also see the ID of the firewall node (FW Node) on which the RouterOS (virtual firewall + DHCP server) for this cloud space is running.
Also listed on the Private Network Details page are the Port Forwards for this cloud space:
Here you can see the private network (Destination IP) addresses assigned by the RouterOS DHCP server that is dedicated to the cloud space.