From the Azure Service select "Virtual Machines".
Click on Create > Virtual Machine
Select an existing resource group or create a new one. If don't know what resource groups are, create a new one called
rport.This avoids conflicts with existing resource groups.
rport-server as the name for the virtual machine.
Select a region near you.
Select "No infrastructure redundancy required" for the availability options.
From the Image drop-down select
Debian 10 "Buster" - Gen 1.
On the size-drop-down click "See all sizes" to get access to the cheap options.
It's a bit challenging to find cheap VMs.
Use the filters to display only VMs with 1-2 CPUs and 0-2GB RAM.
B1ls series (~3-7€/month)
If you have SSH key pair, use it. Otherwise, select "Password" as the authentication type.
Select a username other than
admin. For example
Enter a strong password, if you are not using SSH keys.
Do not change the inbound ports.
Proceed to the next step "Discs". Do not change anything and proceed to next step "Networking".
On the networking setup, select "Advanced" for the NIC network security group" and click "Create New" to create a new security group.
When creating the new network security group, add the following new inbound rules.
Src Port Ra
Now proceed to all the next steps without changing the pre-filled defaults.
Finally, create the new virtual machine.
After the machine has been created, click on "Go to resource" to get access to all details of the virtual machine.
From the details of the newly created virtual machine, grab the public IP address.
Connect over SSH to the instance using the username you specified during the VM creation. For example ssh
[email protected]. After the login type in
sudo -i to change to the root account.
👉 Now proceed to Install RPort on any virgin cloud VM