Private Networks disable

April 9, 2019 410 views
Networking CentOS

Although I do not want private networking, the server is set up private networking, why is that?

1 Answer

Hey, you probably selected “private networking” when you were configuring your droplet.

You don’t have to use it if you don’t want to. It’s just an additional ip address that other droplets inside the same data center can connect to.

Other devices won’t be able to send / receive data from that private ip address.

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