DirectLink mainly use the following pages on Cockpit, enabling you to create and manage your resources and displaying information about them:

You can also get information about your resources using AWS CLI. For more information, see Getting Information About DirectLink Locations, Getting Information About Your Connections, Getting Information About Your Virtual Private Gateways for DirectLink and Getting Information About Your Private Virtual Interfaces.

DirectLink Page

The state of the DirectLink connection. For more information, see About DirectLink.


Hover over the colored dot for more information about a state.

The name of the DirectLink connection.

The ID of the DirectLink connection.

The location of the DirectLink connection.

The bandwidth of the physical link in the DirectLink connection, either 1 GiB/s or 10 GiB/s.

Virtual Interfaces Page

Items 6 to 16 appear when you select a private virtual interface.


The state of the private virtual interface. For more information, see About DirectLink.


Hover over the colored dot for more information about a state.

The name of the private virtual interface.

The ID of the private virtual interface.

The ID of the DirectLink connection for which you created the virtual private interface.

The VLAN of the private virtual interface. For more information, see About DirectLink.

The name of the private virtual interface.

The ID of the private virtual interface.

The type of virtual interface (always private).

The state of the private virtual interface. For more information, see About DirectLink.

The ID of the DirectLink connection for which you created the virtual private interface.

The location of the DirectLink connection.

The ID of the virtual private gateway associated with the private virtual interface. For more information, see About DirectLink.

The VLAN of the private virtual interface. For more information, see About DirectLink.

The Autonomous System Number (ASN) of the private virtual interface. For more information, see About DirectLink.

The range of IP addresses on the OUTSCALE side of the private virtual interface, in CIDR notation.

The range of IP addresses on the costumer side of the private virtual interface, in CIDR notation.




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