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User16581306062
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Configuring DNS resolution for Private Workspaces Intro  For customers on the E2 Platform, Databricks has a feature that allows them to use AWS Privat...

Configuring DNS resolution for Private WorkspacesIntro For customers on the E2 Platform, Databricks has a feature that allows them to use AWS PrivateLink to provision secure private workspaces by creating VPC endpoints to both the front-end and back-...

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Kaniz
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Hi @Alysson Souza​, Thank you for the valuable content you've been contributing to our community. Your well-researched insights and thought-provoking discussions have greatly benefited our community, inspiring us to grow and learn together.Your dedic...

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missyT
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ISP Network Question

Some ISP's like Charter have their systems configured in such a way that from a customers router the ARP table for all of the IP's in the subnet show the same MAC address. The IP it hands off through their modem to the CPE router is a /22. When you t...

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Prabakar
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Hi, @Missy Trussell​ I don't see this to be a Databricks related question. I would suggest that you raise this query in StackOverflow or some networking-related forums.

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Confused
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Hi Guys Is there any documentation on where the /databricks-datasets/ mount is actually served from?We are looking at locking down where our workspace...

Hi GuysIs there any documentation on where the /databricks-datasets/ mount is actually served from?We are looking at locking down where our workspace can reach out to via the internet and as it currently stands we are unable to reach this.I did look ...

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Anonymous
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Hello Mat, Thanks for letting us know. Would you be happy to mark your answer as best if that will solve the problem for others? That way, members will be able to find the solution more easily.

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cig0
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Resolved! AWS VPC peering connection: can't make Databricks VPC reach our services on the accepter VPC

Hi,We followed this document (https://docs.databricks.com/administration-guide/cloud-configurations/aws/vpc-peering.html) describing how to establish a connection between two (or more) VPC in AWS, but so far we haven't been able to communicate with t...

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jose_gonzalez
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Hi @Martin Cigorraga​ ,If Huaming's fully answered your question, would you be happy to mark their answer as best so that others can quickly find the solution?

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Ryan_Chynoweth
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Yes. A new workspace would need to be deployed because Azure allows people to change the vnet cidr but it requires you to remove all the vnet resources first. This includes the Databricks deployment, therefore, this is an Azure restriction on how VNE...

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User16783855534
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sajith_appukutt
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The answer varies depending on the cloud provider (as of June 2021) . In GCP, since the architecture is based on GKE , there are additional ip requirements. For more details see

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