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Hi, Security groups are not associated with networks. You just associate it with instances. You can create various security groups in your tenant, and create various instances on the same network and the traffic will be filtered by vm-securitygroup, so the other instances in the same network can have diferent security group rules.

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Hi, Security groups are not associated with networks. You just associate it with instances. You can create various security groups in your tenant, and create various instances on the same network and the traffic will be filtered by vm-securitygroup, so the other instances in the same network can have diferent different security group rules.

Regards