Azure – How to Create a Loadbalancer in the New Portal – ARM

In the new ARM portal of azure you cannot assign dynamic ip’s to Virtual machines, You can however create a loadbalancer, assign a static ip and forward this traffic to you internal static IP of your VM!

I came across this blog that creates a loadbalancer in the new ARM portal via Powershell:

However, these commands are all depreciated as of 0.9.3 and you have to replace Azure with AzureRM:


One thing that nobody says: Do not forgot to apply NAT rules !
And yes, once your loadbalancer is created, you can config your properties in the GUI azure ARM portal.


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