System administrators and organization administrators can add, delete, and modify routed and isolated organization virtual datacenter networks. Only a system administrator can add, delete, and modify a direct organization virtual datacenter network.

Add a network to an organization virtual datacenter to enable its virtual machines to communicate with each other or to provide access to the Internet. A single organization virtual datacenter can have multiple networks.

After you create an organization VDC network, you can modify its name, description, DNS settings, sharing, and static IP pools.

You can configure services, such as DHCP, firewalls, network address translation (NAT), and VPN for certain organization virtual datacenter networks. Organization administrators can also configure some network services for their organization virtual datacenter networks.

If the network services that are associated with an organization virtual datacenter network are not working as expected, you can reset the network. Network services include DHCP settings, firewall settings, and so on.

You can view a list of the all the vApps and vApp templates that include virtual machines with a NIC connected to an organization virtual datacenter network. You cannot delete an organization virtual datacenter network with connected vApps or vApp templates.

You can delete an organization virtual datacenter network to remove it from the organization virtual datacenter.

You can view a list of IP addresses that are currently in use in an organization virtual datacenter network IP pool.