Network Access

Consider the following cluster network types when determining the public Internet access configuration for resources that fully-managed connectors must access. For full Confluent Cloud networking details, see Networking Overview.

Important

To use static egress IP addresses, you must be running a multitenant or Dedicated cluster on AWS and on the public Internet (without VPC peering or AWS PrivateLink).

The following table provides network connectivity details for managed connectors.

Cluster network type Public IP address connectivity IP range Private IP address connectivity IP range
Public Endpoint (AWS) Yes Fixed set of static egress IP addresses (see static egress IP addresses) No N/A
Public Endpoint (Azure and Google Cloud) Yes Public IP/CIDR range where the Confluent Cloud cluster is located No N/A
VPC Peering and Transit Gateway Yes Public IP/CIDR range where the Confluent Cloud cluster is located Yes Source IP address used is from the /16 CIDR range configured by the customer for the Confluent Cloud Cluster
Private Link Yes Public IP/CIDR range where the Confluent Cloud cluster is located No N/A