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    Deleting a Virtual Network–Juniper Networks Contrail

    You can delete any of the virtual networks in your system. However, you must first disassociate any virtual machines (instances) that are associated with that network. Use OpenStack to view and delete the virtual machines associated with a virtual network, see Deleting a Virtual Network–OpenStack Contrail When you are finished deleting the virtual machines associated with a virtual network, you can delete the network in OpenStack, or you can delete the network in Juniper Networks Contrail, using the following procedure.

    1. To view the virtual networks in the current project, click Configure > Networks to access the Configure Networks screen in Juniper Networks Contrail; see Figure 1.

      Figure 1: Configure Networks

      Configure Networks
    2. Click the network you want to delete, then click the Delete (trashcan) icon at the top right. A confirm window is displayed.
    3. Click Confirm to delete the network, or click Cancel to quit the delete activity.

    Modified: 2015-09-29