Azure Virtual Network

Abdi, Sohail 5 Reputation points
2023-05-20T20:31:39.7866667+00:00

How do I setup a virtual network?

Azure Virtual Machines
Azure Virtual Machines
An Azure service that is used to provision Windows and Linux virtual machines.
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  1. dashanan13 930 Reputation points
    2023-06-05T10:07:52.1966667+00:00

    Hei @Anonymous ,

    Thank you for contacting Microsoft Q and A.

    As I understand you want to know how to create an Azure Virtual network.

    Here is a tutorial with instructions and prerequisites to create an Azure Virtual network. Quickstart: Use the Azure portal to create a virtual network

    Additionally, here is a link to understanding what is an Azure virtual network is and how can be used. What is Azure Virtual Network and how to use it effectively?

    Please mark it as an answer if helped.


  2. Prrudram-MSFT 22,976 Reputation points
    2023-06-19T08:10:50.6733333+00:00

    @Abdi, Sohail

    You can set up a virtual network in Azure using the Azure portal. Here are the steps:

    Sign into the Azure portal: Go to the Azure portal (https://portal.azure.com/) and sign in with your Azure account.

    Create a new virtual network: In the Azure portal, click "Create a resource" and search for "Virtual network". Select "Virtual network" from the search results and click "Create".

    Configure the virtual network: In the "Basics" tab, enter a name for the virtual network and select the subscription and resource group where you want to create the virtual network. Choose the region where you want to deploy the virtual network.

    Configure the address space: In the "Address space" section, enter the IP address range for the virtual network. This is the range of IP addresses that will be used by virtual machines and other resources in the virtual network.

    Configure the subnet: In the "Subnet" section, enter a name for the subnet and specify the IP address range for the subnet. This is the range of IP addresses that will be used by the virtual machines and other resources in the subnet.

    Configure the security: In the "Security" section, configure the network security group (NSG) for the virtual network. An NSG is a set of firewall rules that control inbound and outbound traffic to and from the virtual network.

    Review and create the virtual network: Review the settings for the virtual network and click "Create" to create the virtual network.

    Once you've created the virtual network, you can add virtual machines and other resources to the network. You can also configure peering between virtual networks to allow resources in different virtual networks to communicate with each other.

    If this does answer your question, please accept it as the answer as a token of appreciation.

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