To remove a connection between a Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) network and
a Cross-Cloud Interconnect connection, delete the related VLAN
(also known as an
interconnectAttachment). After you delete the attachment,
no traffic can travel between the VPC network and your
remote cloud network. Also, Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) sessions that use
the attachment go down.
Billing for the VLAN attachment stops when you delete it. However, you're still billed for the Cross-Cloud Interconnect connection, even if no traffic is passing through it.
Permissions required for this task
To perform this task, you must have been granted the following permissions or the following Identity and Access Management (IAM) roles.
In the Google Cloud console, go to the Cloud Interconnect Physical connections tab.
For the Cloud Interconnect connection that you want to configure, click Configure.
In the Router connections section, select the VLAN attachment to delete.
Select the options button, and then click Delete.
Click Delete to confirm that you want to delete the VLAN attachment.
gcloud compute interconnects attachments delete ATTACHMENT_NAME
ATTACHMENT_NAME with the name of your VLAN
To learn more about Cross-Cloud Interconnect, see the Cross-Cloud Interconnect overview.
To learn about common issues that you might encounter when using Cross-Cloud Interconnect, see Troubleshooting.