By default, outgoing traffic is enabled. In advanced mode, you can control this setting.
You can set the CloudShare remote access gateway to route traffic between networks within an environment. Internal routing is enabled or disabled per network. The gateway routes traffic between all networks in the environment that have internal routing enabled.
CloudShare enables you to designate one of the VM's in your environment to serve as a gateway between networks inside your environment and external networks. This feature does not install any gateway services on your VM. It does configure CloudShare's remote access gateway to route traffic according to the designation.
To configure an external gateway:
Designate one network as the external network.
Connect the VM that you want to designate as an external gateway to the designated external network.
Connect the same VM (the designated external gateway) to every network where you plan to use it as a gateway. See Connect a VM to a Network.
For each such internal network, do the following:
Select the network and click Advanced Mode.
Make sure Allow Internal is checked.
In the External Network dropdown, select the network you designated as the external network in step 1.
In the External Gateway IP field, enter the IP of the designated external gateway. This is the IP set as the Internal IP on the designated external gateway's net adapter on the designated external network.
Save your changes to the network.
For each VM on the internal network that needs to use the designated external gateway as its default gateway, connect to the VM (you can connect via console), identify the relevant network adapter on the OS (use mac address to identify the adapter) and set its default gateway to the IP of the designated external gateway.
The external topology field is used to route traffic over a VPN connection to networks in a remote site. For help implementing this configuration, please contact Support.