Types of vNIC Connections
A vNIC (Virtual Network Interface Card) is a virtual representation of a physical NIC (Network Interchange Card). It provides connectivity for an MVE to the Megaport network. The vNIC works as if it were a physical NIC, allowing an MVE to communicate with other services on the network.
When multiple vNICs have been defined on an MVE, you need to specify an A-End or B-End vNIC when creating connections to other services.
MVE to MVE
When connecting an MVE to an MVE, you must specify both A-End and B-End vNICs.
MVE to Port
When connecting an MVE to a Port, you have to specify an A-End vNIC.
Port to MVE
When connecting a Port to an MVE, you have to specify a B-End vNIC.