Last updated：2021-01-13 15:32:44
On the Security Group page, select the security groups that you want to delete and click Delete.
Note: You cannot delete a security group that is associated with instances. Before you delete the security group, you must go to the details page of the security group, click the Instance Management tab, and dissociate all instances from the security group.
On the Security Group page, find the security group that you want to clone and click Clone in the Actions column.
In the Clone Security Group dialog box, set the Security Group Name and Security Group Description parameters and click OK. A security group is generated. The new security group contains the same IP addresses as the original security group.
On the Security Group page, click the name of a security group or click Manage in the Actions column to go to the Security Group Details page.
The IP Address Management tab appears by default.
Click Add Host IP Address.
In the Add Host IP Address dialog box, select the IP addresses that you want to add and click OK. The selected IP addresses are added to the security group.
Click Add IP Address.
In the Add IP Address dialog box, manually enter the IP addresses that you want to add. After you enter an IP address, press the Enter key to enter another IP address in a new line. After you enter all the IP addresses, click OK.
On the IP Address Management tab, select the IP addresses that you want to delete and click Delete.
On the Security Group Details page, click the Instance Management tab, and click Add.
The Add Instance dialog box appears. The dialog box displays a list of primary/secondary and cluster instances under the current account in the current data center. The instances that appear in this list have not been associated with the current security group, and the number of security groups associated with the instances is less than five. Select the instances that you want to associate with the security group and click OK.
Note: If an instance has been associated with five security groups and you want to associate the instance with the current security group, you must first dissociate a security group from the instance. Alternatively, you can go to the Instance Security Group page from the Details page of the instance, and click Set Security Group to set the security groups of the instance.
On the Instance Management tab, select the instances that you want to dissociate from the security group and click Dissociate.
On the Details page of an instance, click Instance Security Group in the left navigation pane. Click Set Security Group.
The Set Security Group dialog box appears. The dialog box displays a list of security groups under the current account in the current data center. Select a security group and click OK.
On the Instance Security Group page of an instance, find the security group that you want to dissociate and click Manage in the Actions column. The Security Group Details page appears.
In the instance list on the Instance Management tab, select the instance and click Dissociate. You can select multiple instances to dissociate them from the security group at a time.
You can export security group information, including IP addresses and associated instances, to your local device. Select one or more IP addresses or instances and click the Export Data icon to export data.
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