Getting Started with Network - Manage Internet Facing Load Balancer - in .Net

Last updated: 08/03/2018
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      Azure Network sample for managing Internet facing load balancers -

      High-level ...

      - Create an Internet facing load balancer that receives network traffic on
        port 80 & 443 and sends load-balanced traffic to two virtual machines

      - Create NAT rules for SSH and TELNET access to virtual
        machines behind the load balancer

      - Create health probes

      Details ...

      Create an Internet facing load balancer with ...
      - A frontend public IP address
      - Two backend address pools which contain network interfaces for the virtual
        machines to receive HTTP and HTTPS network traffic from the load balancer
      - Two load balancing rules for HTTP and HTTPS to map public ports on the load
        balancer to ports in the backend address pool
      - Two probes which contain HTTP and HTTPS health probes used to check availability
        of virtual machines in the backend address pool
      - Two inbound NAT rules which contain rules that map a public port on the load
        balancer to a port for a specific virtual machine in the backend address pool
      - this provides direct VM connectivity for SSH to port 22 and TELNET to port 23

      Create two network interfaces in the frontend subnet ...
      - And associate network interfaces to backend pools and NAT rules

      Create two virtual machines in the frontend subnet ...
      - And assign network interfaces

      Update an existing load balancer, configure TCP idle timeout
      Create another load balancer
      Remove an existing load balancer

Running this Sample

To run this sample:

Set the environment variable AZURE_AUTH_LOCATION with the full path for an auth file. See how to create an auth file.

git clone

cd network-dotnet-create-simple-internet-facing-load-balancer

dotnet restore

dotnet run

More information

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