Applies to: Nerdio Manager for MSP (NMM)
NMM allows you to easily manage the Azure VNnets for your customer accounts.
This article covers:
Create a VNet
In a customer account, navigate to Network -> VNet.
Click the Add VNet button
NAME: Enter name between 2 and 80 characters. Name can contain letters, numbers, underscores, periods and hyphens. Name must begin and end with letter or number.
REGION: Select Azure region for this VNet
RESOURCE GROUP: Select a linked Resource group. Link to additional Resource groups from Settings.
ADDRESS SPACE: Enter IPv4 address space in CIDR notation. At least one address space is required.
SUBNET: Enter name for subnet and CIDR block. At least one subnet is required.
ADDITIONAL ADDRESS SPACES: Add another non-overlapping address range for this VNet.
CUSTOM DNS SERVERS: Specify custom DNS servers. Uncheck checkbox to use Azure’s DNS servers.
Click the Save button to create the VNet.
When you first create a subnet, it will not have an associated NSG, NAT Gateway, or user defined routes. These are not necessary, but you may wish to add them to a subnet.
Click the Manage Subnets button
Use the Add subnet button to add another subnet
Add a NAT Gateway
To add a NAT gateway to a subnet, you must first create the gateway using the Azure portal.
Then use the dropdown menu to the right of the subnet and select Edit NAT Gateway
Set the USE NAT GATEWAY slider to On
Select the existing NAT Gateway from the dropdown list.
Add a NSG
To add a Network Security Group to a subnet, you must first create the NSG. You can then assign it to the subnet by using the dropdown menu to the right of the subnet and select Edit NSG
Set the USE NSG slider to On.
Select the existing NSG from the dropdown list.