This article assumes a LoadMaster is already deployed and licensed in Microsoft Azure. For assistance with this please see the link below.
This article also assumes that a second NIC is connected to the LoadMaster. For assistance with this please see link below.
1. Navigate to Network Security Group (NSG) and select the appropriate NSG. Next click on the Network interface.
Note: NSG was added to Favorites. If the icon for NSG is not seen, use the search bar on top to navigate to it.
2. Click on the Network interface and then go into IP configurations. Click Add on the top to assign a second IP on that subnet.
3. Give it a name and hit OK.
Once it's created on it should look something like this:
Repeat the process for the second adapter as well.
Here is what it should look like:
Now we'll need to create two public IP address and associate them with the new ip address created above.
Use the search bar on the top to navigate to the public ip. Let's give it a meaningful name and assign it to our resource group.
With the new public IP address created let's navigate back to the NSG and associate it to the second NIC which created previously. Click "Save" on the top of the page or to save the configuration.
Repeat the process for our second NIC. Here's what it looks like after both the public IP address have been assigned:
Navigate to the LoadMaster and go to Network Set up > Eth0. Under Additional addresses enter the new IP.
Create a new VS using the new IP address.
Here are the two new virtual services under the names "Test Eth0 New IP" and "Test Eth1 New IP".