Unable to create subnets

MANGESH VAIDYA 0 Reputation points

As a part of Azure LAB (https://gsi.learnondemand.net/Class/572405) I was attempting to create virtual networking (Lab 8). As per exercise, I could able to create 1st subnet ( But when I tried to create another subnet ( i kept getting error as "The subnet IP range is not contained in this virtual network's address space"

Similar issue I faced when I was attempting "Implement Monitoring"

In this Lab, In task 4 – its mentioned to review the default monitoring setting on AZ VM. Means its expected VM is already created & We need to review the settings. But I didn’t found any existing VM available also LAB is not allowing me to create a new VM.

I followed the interactive Lab for these modules & ensured I am not doing anything wrong. Please look into this.

Azure Virtual Network
Azure Virtual Network
An Azure networking service that is used to provision private networks and optionally to connect to on-premises datacenters.
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  1. Sreeju Nair 11,511 Reputation points

    You need to check your VNet address range. If your VNet also has address range, then you can not create a subnet in that VNet with address range, as it is outside the VNet address range.

    See the subnet address range requirements from the following URL.


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    Hope this helps

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