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Defining Communication Pathways Between Zones and Logical Servers 

In Logical Datacenter Designer, you can define communication paths between zones and logical servers through their endpoints. This section contains topics that help you define communication paths using endpoints and connections.

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Communication with Zones and Logical Servers

Provides information about how to configure and constrain communication pathways between logical servers and zones.

Overview of Endpoints on Zones and Logical Servers

Explains what endpoints are available and how they are used to make connections between logical servers and zones, and to define communication pathways on a logical datacenter diagram.

How to: Add Endpoints to Zones and Logical Servers

Describes how to add a new endpoint to a logical server or zone.

How to: Delete Endpoints from Zones and Logical Servers

Describes how to delete an endpoint from a zone or logical server and the ramifications of doing so.

How to: Change Communication Direction on Zones

Explains how to modify a zone endpoint to allow inbound, outbound, or bidirectional communication through it.

How to: Control Communication Across Zones

Explains how to use zone constraints to control the type and directionality of communication through the zone.

How to: Connect Zones and Logical Servers

Explains how to create communication pathways between logical servers and zones.

How to: Redraw Connections Between Zones and Logical Servers

Describes how to clean up connection lines on a logical datacenter diagram.

How to: Delete Connections Between Zones and Logical Servers

Explains how to delete connections between zones and logical servers.

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