AzureRm | Create External Load Balancer with two VMs

After my previous post, the internal load balancer with two VMs, this is a scenario using the External Load Balancer. The configuration includes a Load Balancer with a Static Public IP at the frond end and two VMs at the back end. The load balancer has two static routes for RDP, one for each VM and one load balance rule, the TCP port 80, common for web sites and applications. It uses a probe that checks a web page on both hosts to verify if they are active.

Lets start. First we need to install the AzureRm module. If not Windows 10 then first install the
Then Open Powershell ISE and execute the following commands. I have added a lot of comments to help customize based to the needs.



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