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Lab
Cloud Vendor Microsoft Azure
Proficiency Level Cloud Enthusiast
Tags SubnetsVirtual Network

Summary

In this lab, you will provision a Virtual Network with two subnets in Microsoft Azure.

Each exercise below builds upon the previous one. You should start each new exercise from the last step of the previous exercise unless it is explicitly written otherwise.

Learning Objectives

After completion of this lab, you will be able to:

Prerequisites

To complete this lab, you will need the following:

  • Reliable internet connection
  • A work, school or personal Microsoft Account used to access Microsoft Azure Management Portal
  • A subscription for Microsoft Azure

Exercise #1: Provision a Virtual Network in Microsoft Azure

In this exercise, you will provision a VIrtual Network with a single subnet in Microsoft Azure.

Steps

  1. Sign into the Microsoft Azure Management Portal at http://portal.azure.com using your Microsoft Account
  2. Click on in the upper left corner right under the logo
  3. In the search box search for Virtual Network
  4. Click on the button
  5. On the Create virtual network blade, fill in the following information:
    Namenetworkinglab01-vnet
    Address space10.1.0.0/16
    Resource groupCreate new
    Resource group name (the text field in the pop up) → networkinglab01-rg
    Location
    (US) West US 2
  6. In the Subnet section, fill in the following information:
    Namepublic
    Address range
    10.1.1.0/27
    DDoS protection
    Basic
    Service endpoints
    Disabled
    Firewall
    Disabled
  7. Click on the button
  8. Wait until the deployment is completed
  9. Once the deployment is completed, click on in the left-hand menu list
  10. Find the networkinglab01-rg resource group in the list and click on it
  11.  Milestone step:  At this point, you have learned how to provision a Virtual Network in Microsoft Azure. Verify that you have the following resources in your networkinglab01-rg resource group:
    netowrkinglab01-vnet Virtual network

Exercise #2: Create a New Subnet in a Virtual Network

In this exercise, you will create a second subnet in the Virtual Network in Microsoft Azure.

Steps

  1. Click on the networkinglab01-vnet Virtual Network resource
  2. Select on the left-hand navigation
  3. Click on the button on the top of the blade
  4. In the Add subnet blade, fill in the following information:
    Nameprivate
    Address range (CIDR block)10.1.2.0/24
  5. Leave the rest of the selections by default
  6. Click on the button
  7.  Milestone step:  At this point, you have learned how to add a new Subnet to a Virtual Network in Microsoft Azure.

 

Last Update: October 13, 2019  

October 13, 2019   211   Toddy Mladenov    Networking    
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