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Time
22 hours 25 minutes
Difficulty
Intermediate
CEU/CPE
24
Video Transcription
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>> Hey everybody and welcome back.
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In this lecture, we're going to be going through
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>> a walk-through on how to set up a virtual network.
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>> This is going on with our conversation
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>> and the networking space
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>> and networking domain within Azure
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>> where been talking a lot about different services,
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>> but I wanted to actually jump it to the portal here
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>> and show you how it's done.
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>> As you can see, I'm in my Azure accounts,
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I'm right here on the portal.
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Virtual networks is right here.
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But I'm going to show you the long way
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>> in case you don't see that you can go up
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>> to Create Resource and right here
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>> search for virtual network.
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You should see it pop up right here at the top.
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If you click it, you want to make sure that
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>> it is a service that's offered by Microsoft
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>> just because it can get a little confusing,
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>> you might accidentally click a service
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that is provided by someone other than Microsoft.
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That's just because you have the ability
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>> to spin up things from third parties.
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>> Just just to avoid confusion
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>> and potentially adding any additional cost to your bill
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>> if you're not using a free tier account,
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>> you want to make sure that we
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are in Microsoft's solution.
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We're going to go ahead and hit
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Create and it's going to take us to this page
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>> where we can configure the settings
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>> and it gives you a little description here.
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>> Tells us the various settings that we can add,
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which we're going to touch on here in a second.
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But let's go ahead and stick with the basics tab.
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I'm going to go ahead and leave it as
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this Azure Subscription 1.
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But for resource group,
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I don't have any resource groups available,
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so let's go ahead and create one.
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We'll just call this test.
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There we go.
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>> Keyboard was a little laggy there.
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>> Tests-rg.
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>> I got the nice checkmark right here.
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>> Indicates that we are okay.
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Let's go ahead and select a name so we can do tests.
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Actually we can't use hyphens here,
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so we'll use snake case testVNet.
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We do have a checkmarks, so we're good.
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I'll leave it in my region for East US
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because I'm based on the East Coast of United States.
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Let's move on to the next tab here.
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You could have two options.
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You can go to the next IP addresses
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>> or you can hit up here.
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>> I'm going to go ahead
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>> and just hit this button right there.
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>> We can go ahead and configure our setting.
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This is the defaults.
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What I'm going to do is I'll change my address space.
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I'm just going to add a one,
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so it'll be 10.1.0.0/16.
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We're going to drop down here
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>> where we can add a subnet.
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>> You'll see a menu pop-up over here
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>> on the right-hand side.
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>> We'll just call this my subnets.
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We've got the check marks, so we're okay.
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We're going to add our IP address space
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>> or IP address range rather,
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>> 24 should be okay.
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Let's go ahead and add that.
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We have a subnet,
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it is assigned to our IP address here.
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Let's move on to security.
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We're going to enable Bastion
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>> and we'll call this myBastion,
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>> will just keep the same
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>> naming convention going on there.
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>> What we're going to add here
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>> for the subnet address space will be 10.1.1.0/24.
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>> We're okay,
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>> and here we can create a new public space.
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>> We'll just have a name be myBastionIP.
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Looking good.
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Let's go ahead and move on to tags.
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Well we can't do this, we don't have to.
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If you're working in a real environment,
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typically one that is the development
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>> or production environment for work.
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>> You typically do want to do this
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>> because it helps you with billing and an organization
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>> and just cost management in general.
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>> Also those help you with security as well.
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There's a lot of really good benefits for
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tagging the resources that you deploy,
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but not necessary for the lab.
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Just show you how easy it is.
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I can just add a name and I can say myBastionSubnets.
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Sure, we'll go ahead and do that
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>> because we are spinning up a Bastion.
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>> We're going to go over to review and creates.
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It's going to run this final validation.
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Validation did pass.
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That was pretty quick.
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>> We're going to go ahead
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>> and hit "Create" right here.
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>> As you can see, is going to go through this process
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>> where it's initializing deployment
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>> and setting up the whole thing.
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>> This is going to take a few minutes.
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Why don't you go ahead and get up, stretch your legs,
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maybe use the bathroom
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>> and then come rejoin us and we'll pick it back up.
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>> It looks like the deployment is now successful.
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We're going to go ahead
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>> and navigate over to that resource.
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>> As you can see, the testVNet has been deployed.
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We do have some information here,
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like the subscription ID,
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we have our resource down here,
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which is the device that is connected to this VNet.
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Here's the address space.
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Let's go ahead and jump into that Bastion.
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We can see that this is a managed Bastion service
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>> which we'll talk a little bit more
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>> about as we go along in the course.
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But for the sake of this walk-through,
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I'm just going to show you what's available here.
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You do see that it is tied to this subscription
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>> that we set up.
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>> Here's the IP range.
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This is obviously not an IP address,
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but it is something that we were able to configure
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>> when we are setting up this Bastion,
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>> here's our resource group
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>> so that we know that it's our test resource group.
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>> If I work my way down here,
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we don't have any sessions available,
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but you could add
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or you could activate a session by logging in.
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Then we have logs,
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we have all the standard stuff
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>> because this is a service that is tied to our VNet.
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>> Like I said, not going to dive
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into a whole lot of details there on the Bastion
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>> because that's not what this lecture is really about.
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>> But really wanted to show you how quick
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and easy it is to set up your own VNets
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and all the subnets and deploy resources
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>> within that networking environments.
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>> Obviously, pretty simple.
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Just a few clicks, a few minutes.
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It took us what like 7-10 minutes or so.
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We are able to configure our own
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>> virtual networking environment are here in Azure.
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>> Anyways, hope that was helpful
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>> if you have any questions,
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>> feel free to reach out to me and if not,
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I'll see you in the next lecture.
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