This blog post will cover how to create an Azure Virtual Network (vNet) in Classic deployment model.
Virtual network (vNet) in Azure allows you to create your own network boundary in the cloud.
Subnets can be created in each Virtual network (vNet) allowing a logical subdivision, dividing a network into one or more networks. For example, “frontend” subnet for DMZ zone, web servers etc and “backend” subnet for database servers.
Network security groups or firewalls can then control traffic between each subnet.
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Steps to Create Azure Virtual Network
The steps to create this will be as follows:
- Create new Azure Virtual Network (vNet)
Select new, Network Services, Virtual Network, Custom Create
Enter unique Virtual Network name and location where the vNet will be hosted.
Leave all as default, click right arrow
Enter the Virtual Network Address Space. In this case we will create Frontend and Backend subnets within the address space.
Click the tickbox to confirm
Azure Virtual network vNet will start provisioning
When creating Virtual Machines. Select Cloud Service and vNet, together with subnet. In this case we choose “frontend” network.
Keep defaults with “Install the VM agent” ticked.