Additional Load Balancing rule to Existing Azure Load Balancer

By |2017-11-26T02:57:14+00:00March 22nd, 2017|AzureVM, PowerShell|

Suppose we have an existing Load Balancer and we need to an additional load balancing rule in it. In such case we can use below azure power shell commands to implement the same. $slb = get-AzureRmLoadBalancer -Name NRP-LB -ResourceGroupName RG1 $slb | Add-AzureRmLoadBalancerRuleConfig -Name HTTPS -FrontendIpConfiguration $frontendIP -BackendAddressPool $beAddressPool -Probe $healthProbe -Protocol Tcp -FrontendPort

Setup load balancer on Azure VMs

By |2017-11-26T02:54:15+00:00March 21st, 2017|AzureVM, PowerShell, Windows|

An Azure load balancer is a Layer-4 (TCP, UDP) load balancer. Usually a load balancer gave distributed traffic among VMs in it even if one VM is in down state. I prepared this article by referring the Azure doc In this article I am going to create a load balancer for incoming traffic on

How to create new Azure VM using Powershell commands

By |2017-11-25T14:58:15+00:00March 6th, 2017|AzureVM, PowerShell|

Before we proceed with creation of VM we need below resources in our azure accounts. If it’s not available create it. Resource Group A storage Account Our account Geographical Location NIC card for VM. Availability set for new VM we are going to create. In my case all these resources are previously created and

How to Change Existing NIC-AzureVM

By |2017-11-25T14:47:21+00:00February 9th, 2017|AzureVM, PowerShell|

The number of NIC cards supported by Azure VMs depends on Azure VM size(VM plans).  If we would like to add new NIC card to an Azure VM which only supports one NIC cards, need to remove the existing one. In such cases, we need to follow below methods. I used powershell commands to

How to Add Additional NIC to Azure VM

By |2017-11-25T14:41:05+00:00February 6th, 2017|AzureVM, PowerShell|

Here I am using the Resource Manager and Powershell to add new NIC on existing VMs. Please note that multiple NICs are only supported by few VM plans (VM size). So before proceeding with adding a new NIC, we have to make sure our current VM plan allow multiple NIC. VM size details can