VLANs - Developers
Linode’s VLANs (Virtual Local Area Networks) feature allows you to create private L2 networks in the cloud where Linodes can communicate privately and securely. Two or more Linodes connected via the VLAN can see each other as if they were directly connected to the same physical Ethernet network.
Linode’s API v4 provides the ability to programmatically manage the full range of Linode products and services, including VLANs.
Creating a Private Network Using Linode API and Linode VLAN: This guide shows you how to create a VLAN and attach Linodes to it using the Linode APIv4.
Linode VLANs Endpoint Collection: Use VLANs List and the Configuration Profiles View (as part of the
interfaces array) to view VLANs. Create and manage VLANs through the Configuration Profile Create and Configuration Profile Update endpoints.
The Linode CLI is a wrapper around the Linode API v4 that allows you to manage your Linode account and resources from the command line. Learn how to use the Linode CLI to create and manage your Linode resources.
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