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Overview of Public IPs


Applies to: Nerdio Manager for MSP (NMM) v2.0+


Follow these steps to navigate to Public IPs section:

  1. Login to NMM
  2. From the main menu, expand the "Network" tab and select "Public IP": Public_IP_page.png
  3. Now let us explore how you can manage public IPs from the NMM portal.
    1. Associate: Click "Associate" button next to an existing Public IP to associate it to an Azure server: Associate_public_IP.png Fill in the following information on the "Associate public IP" pop-up:
      • SERVER: Select the server to associate the Public IP to. The server needs to be in the same region as the Public IP
      • NETWORK INTERFACE: If the server has multiple NICs, select the appropriate network interface to associate the Public IP to
      • IP CONFIGURATION: Select the appropriate IP configuration to associate the Public IP to
      And click "OK" button when done.
    2. Delete: Click the "Delete" option on the "Associate" drop-down arrow to delete an association: Delete_public_IPs.png
      Type CONFIRM and then click "OK" button to delete the public IP.
    3. Add Public IP: You can add a Public IP and associate it with a server to allow access to that server from outside of your VNet. Click "Add public IP" button to create a new public IP: Add_public_IP.png
      Let us explore all the fields in detail:
      • NAME: Enter the name of the Public IP. Note: Spaces are not allowed here
      • RESOURCE GROUP: Select the resource group in which to create the Public IP
      • REGION: Select the Azure region in which to create the Public IP
      • SKU: Select the SKU option from the drop-down. The Standard SKU uses the static allocation method and is closed to public inbound traffic by default. Create and associate a network security group and explicitly allow the desired inbound traffic. The Basic SKU is open by default and does not support availability zone scenarios, routing preference, or cross-region load balancers functionality
      • ALLOCATION: Select the option from the drop-down. With static allocation, the resource is assigned an IP address at the time it's created. The IP address is released when the resource is deleted. With dynamic allocation, the IP is assigned when you associate the public IP address with a resource. The IP address is released when you stop or delete the resource
      • DNS NAME LABEL: Provide this option to specify a DNS label for a public IP resource. This will create a FQDN for the Public IP, in the format domainnamelabel.location.cloudapp.azure.com
      • ASSOCIATE WITH SERVER: Check this box to associate the new Public IP to an existing Azure server
      • SERVER: Select the server to associate the Public IP to. The server needs to be in the same region as the Public IP
      • NETWORK INTERFACE: If the server has multiple NICs, select the appropriate network interface to associate the Public IP to
      • IP CONFIGURATION: Select the appropriate IP configuration to associate the Public IP to
      • Once you select all options, click "OK" button to create the Public IP
    4. Public IP tasks: You can view the status of public IP tasks under this section. You can search tasks by any text in the tasks or filter tasks by status (ALL STATUSES, PENDING, IN PROGRESS, COMPLETE, ERROR and CANCELLED). You can refresh tasks and also download them in JSON format:Public_IP_tasks.png
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