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Create a compute security group profile

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Create a compute security group profile

A compute security group profile applies specified security rules to newly-provisioned resources. You map a compute security group profile to the following items: a cloud account, a datacenter, a Compute Security Group template, and security rules for the template.

Before you begin

  • Role required: sn_cmp.cloud_admin
  • You must have a cloud account with datacenters. You must run Discovery on the service accounts to populate the datacenters.

Procedure

  1. In the Cloud Admin Portal, navigate to Manage > Resource Profiles.
  2. In the Profiles list, select Compute Security Group Profile and then click New.
  3. Enter a unique and descriptive Name and Description for the profile and then click Submit.
    The profile is created.
  4. Map the profile to a template:
    1. In the list, click the profile that you created.
    2. In the Compute Security Group Profile Mappings related list, click New, fill in the form, and then click Submit.
      Compute security group profile
      Field Description
      Cloud Account Select a cloud account for the profile.
      Location Select the datacenter that belongs to the cloud account.
      Compute Security Group Template

      [cmdb_ci_security_grp_template]

      Select or create a template that the profile should be mapped to.

      To create a new template, click the list icon and then click New. Enter a name and a template ID and click Submit.

      Click the reference icon (Reference icon) to view the details of the template.

  5. Add rules to the template. You can create more than one rule per template.
    1. In the Security Group Profile Mappings related list, under the Compute Security Group Template heading, click the template name.
    2. In the Compute Security Group Rule Template related list, click New, fill in the form, and then click Submit.
      Field Description
      CIDR Range Specify a CIDR range. For example, 10.0.0.0/24.
      IP Protocol Select an IP protocol. In Azure, the protocols supported are TCP and UDP. ICMP is not supported.
      From Port Specify the source port number.
      Is Outbound Enter 0 for inbound and 1 for outbound.
      Name Specify a name for the rule.
      Network Type Select the type of network.
      To Port Specify the destination port number.
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