07-29-2020 01:00 PM - edited 07-29-2020 01:05 PM
How does this work? I have a grid on the public internet without any NAT.
I want to join an Azure member to that grid but struggling with it. Within Azure I have a public IP assigned to LAN1 of the vNIOS instance like so:
Azure grid member: 188.8.131.52 > 10.10.10.4 Grid Master: 184.108.40.206
I configured the azure member on the grid with its 10.10.10.4 ip as LAN1 and then enabled NAT group and configured the 220.127.116.11 IP. I did the same on the azure memebr but neither way allowed that azure member to join the grid. I know there is IP connectivity between them but still unable to make this work.
07-29-2020 01:55 PM
This works as long as your allowing the necessary traffic between the two.
Make a long story short configure NAT group on the grid member in the grid and the to-be member itself and it will join without issue as long as the ports are open.
08-03-2021 06:33 AM
Good Day, did you get this working with the NAT groups, I am working on a similar situation with no luck.
08-17-2021 02:18 AM
As connecting the Kubernetes cluster to Azure Arc enabled Kubernetes is a free the Azure Portal without requiring a public IP on the virtual machine.