We are trying out the Kemp Load Balancer on our Azure network. My plan is to get it working for simple 2 server plan then switch it to a paid plan once these two servers are setup and ready to go. So far I made it work with a simple internal RDP Load Balancer.
This setup works:
When I RDP to the local ip address below, it connects to one of the real servers. Perfect.
192.168.2.5 -> Kemp Load Balancer listening on port 3389
This setup does NOT work:
When I RDP to the PUBLIC ip address below, it complains and doesn't connect to the real servers. I opened 3389 as an Inboud Port Rule for Kemp LoadMaster in Azure. I've tried to build a Virtual Server listening for the 40.114.x.x address as well as adding it as a secondary IP.
40.114.x.x -> Kemp Load Balancer Public IP Address listening on port 3389
Real servers: I've tried both private and public addresses and opened 3389 in Inbound Ports.
Public IP Addresses I tried
I'm trying to do this without running any kind of farm. I just want this to Load Balance stand alone RDP Servers. I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong. Any ideas?