Internet Cloud refers to the Internet that the boundary device connects to. In general, an Internet Cloud is considered as a device, and it can be assigned an interface either manually or automatically. With the Internet Cloud, you can view the path between the Internet and the boundary device on a map.

Here is an example of a path through the Internet.

1.Log in to the Domain Management page.

2.In the Domain Management page, click Fine Tune on the Start Page or select Operations > Fine Tune from the quick access toolbar.

3.On the Fine Tune tab, select Cloud Manager in the left pane and click Add in the right pane.

4.In the Cloud Definition dialog box, follow the steps below to define an Internet Cloud.

1)Enter a name for the cloud.

2)Change the Cloud Type to Internet Cloud.

3)Enter a description of the Internet cloud.

4)Add Internet Cloud and boundary device information by either of the following ways:

Manually Add
Dynamic Search

5.Click OK.

Tip: It is required to manually perform benchmark task or build topology after adding Internet Clouds.

Tip: You can also click Exclude to select boundary devices or interfaces that you want to exclude from the connection with internet cloud.