Module Google::Cloud::Compute::V1::ExternalVpnGateway::RedundancyType (v1.0.0)

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Indicates the user-supplied redundancy type of this external VPN gateway.

Constants

UNDEFINED_REDUNDANCY_TYPE

value: 0
A value indicating that the enum field is not set.

FOUR_IPS_REDUNDANCY

value: 520087913
The external VPN gateway has four public IP addresses; at the time of writing this API, the AWS virtual private gateway is an example which has four public IP addresses for high availability connections; there should be two VPN connections in the AWS virtual private gateway , each AWS VPN connection has two public IP addresses; please make sure to put two public IP addresses from one AWS VPN connection into interfaces 0 and 1 of this external VPN gateway, and put the other two public IP addresses from another AWS VPN connection into interfaces 2 and 3 of this external VPN gateway. When displaying highly available configuration status for the VPN tunnels connected to FOUR_IPS_REDUNDANCY external VPN gateway, Google will always detect whether interfaces 0 and 1 are connected on one interface of HA Cloud VPN gateway, and detect whether interfaces 2 and 3 are connected to another interface of the HA Cloud VPN gateway.

SINGLE_IP_INTERNALLY_REDUNDANT

value: 133914873
The external VPN gateway has only one public IP address which internally provide redundancy or failover.

TWO_IPS_REDUNDANCY

value: 367049635
The external VPN gateway has two public IP addresses which are redundant with each other, the following two types of setup on your on-premises side would have this type of redundancy: (1) Two separate on-premises gateways, each with one public IP address, the two on-premises gateways are redundant with each other. (2) A single on-premise gateway with two public IP addresses that are redundant with eatch other.