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How to configure a Multi-Arm, Single Public IP Address LoadMaster in Microsoft Azure

Pre-requisites:

This article assumes you already have a LoadMaster deployed and licensed in Microsoft Azure.  Information on deploying the LoadMaster in Azure can be found here:

LoadMaster for Azure (Resource Manager) Feature Description

When creating a virtual network, ensure your subnet addressing results in two separate networks. 

  1. Create another Address Range in your existing virtual network. 

    azure_multi_interface_single_public_IP_1.png

  2. Before we can attach a second interface ensure that the LoadMaster is powered off. Once the machine is powered off, navigate to Networking under Settings. Click Attach network interface and then click Create network interfaceazure_multi_interface_single_public_IP_2.png
  3. Type a meaningful name for the network interface and select the new subnet created earlier. Click Create.azure_multi_interface_single_public_IP_3.png
  4. .Select the newly created network interface from the drop down menu and click OK.
  5. on the Azure network page you should now see two interfaces
    the default interface
    azure_multi_interface_single_public_IP_4.png
    the newly created interface
    azure_multi_interface_single_public_IP_5.png
  6. power on the LoadMaster,
    after you log into the LoadMaster WUI you will see the two interfaces
    under System Configuration > Network Setup > Interfaces
    the default interface - eth0
    azure_multi_interface_single_public_IP_6.png
    the newly created interface - eth1azure_multi_interface_single_public_IP_7.png


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