How to Add New Endpoints for Virtual Machine in New Azure Portal
New Azure Portal is really very good and exciting addition in Microsoft Azure. Once you are configured, up and running then it will take care of the uptime and other settings but before this step you have to read a lot of forums to configure your virtual machine. Creation of endpoints (opening a TCP port) in azure classic is very simple. you just click on the virtual machines classics and select the appropriate virtual machine and then directly go to the endpoints but in new azure portal under Virtual machines you have to follow some other way to create the endpoints because of the improved security and setup. Creation of endpoint in virtual machine classic is given in the picture below:
First you need to select the virtual machine on which you want to open a TCP port or create an endpoint and then select the resource group.
Now click on entry with a shield icon given in the above picture.
Select the inbound security rules to add the in ports to be accessed from internet.
These are the updated settings for the virtual machines hosted on Azure to open an inbound and outbound rules. There are lot of new settings coming on new azure portal which are very good and exciting to use like changing the DNS name of your virtual machine, etc..
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Alternate path to reach network security group is given as under:
Go to your virtual machine, click on the machine and then select the All settings, go to network interface. click on the network interface appeared in the next panel and then go to Network Security Group. click on the network security group and you will see inbound and outbound security rules settings.