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Inbound NAT Rules In Load Balancer






Purpose







Virtual Machines And Load Balancer




Picture showing the IP address of the load balancer mapped to the virtual machines

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Picture showing the public IP address of the load balancer

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Create Inbound NAT Rules




Picture showing the Add button for adding the inbound NAT rules in load balancer

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  1. Map port 4000 with 3389 for virtual machine "vmone".
  2. Picture showing the rule 1 for mapping port 4000 with the virtual machine one

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  3. Map port 4001 with 3389 for virtual machine "vmtwo".
  4. Picture showing the rule 1 for mapping port 4001 with the virtual machine two

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How To Login To A Virtual Machine Using RDP?




<public ip of load balancer>:<port number mapped>


Picture showing the login screen for virtual machines logged in using port 4000 and 4001

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Posted By  -  Karan Gupta
 
Posted On  -  Monday, May 17, 2021

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