- Andreas Bartel
- May 16, 2021
Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) firewall rules apply to a given project and network. VPC firewall rules let you allow or deny connections to or from your virtual machine (VM) instances based on a configuration that you specify.
When you create a VPC firewall rule, you specify a VPC network and a set of components that define what the rule does. The components enable you to target certain types of traffic, based on the traffic’s protocol, destination ports, sources, and destinations.
- Login to google cloud platform portal.
- Click on VPC network.
- Select Firewall.
- Click on Create Firewall rule.
- Provide the firewall rule name.
- On Logs for monitoring the log.
- Select Default or existing VPC network.
- Set the priority of rule.
- Select Ingress for Direction of traffic.
- Select Allow for Action on Match.
- Select Targets, If you want to allow traffic to all clients in the network the select All instances in the network & If you want to allow traffic to specific clients, select Specified target tags & provide the Targets tags.
- Provide the Source IP address range.
- Allow all protocols & ports or Provide some specific protocols & ports.
- Click on Create.
- After sometime firewall rule is ready then go to firewall home page.
- Firewall rule is there with the name we provide.
Create Firewall Rule using Shall
- Setup a gcloud-cli on your system so click on link http://www.hackerxone.com/blog/how-setup-google-cloud-cligcloud-cli-ubuntu
- At firewall rule click on command line.
- Copy & Paste the command on your terminal.