How Are BMS Different from ECS?


Tenants share physical resources of ECSs, but can exclusively use physical resources of BMSs. BMSs are suitable for key applications or services requiring high performance.

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Accessing and using a BMS
The cloud platform provides a web-based ServiceCenter tenant portal and HTTPS-based APIs through which you can access BMS. The ServiceCenter tenant portal is a web-based management console for you to access and manage BMS. You can access BMS on this portal. If you are the administrator of the CloudOpera ServiceCenter resource or have the BMS operation rights, you can directly log in to the ServiceCenter tenant portal and choose Bare Metal Server under the Product or Console menu. Accessing the BMS through APIs If you want to integrate the BMS on the cloud platform into a third-party system for secondary development, you can access BMS with APIs. For details, see section FusionSphere Service API Reference > Bare Metal Server APT Reference in the FusionCloud V100R006C10 API Reference [Answer] FusionCloud-BMS undefined

What Is a Deleted BMS?

Deleted is the intermediate state of a BMS. Deleted indicates that a BMS has been successfully deleted. BMSs in this state cannot provide services any longer and will be removed from the system in a short period of time.

Differences between a 6RD tunnel and a 6to4 tunnel
The 6RD tunneling is an improvement of the original 6to4 solution. The difference is as follows: The address defined by the 6to4 uses well-known prefix 2002::/16, while the 6RD address prefix can be obtained from the IPv6 address space allocated by carriers. Different carriers can use different prefixes to deploy 6RD tunnels. In this way, network planning becomes flexible. The 6RD tunneling is the most widely used IPv6 over IPv4 tunneling technology.

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