You are implementing the virtual network for a new application. The application uses two Azure Virtual Machines (VMs):
webserver: an Azure VM that only accepts network connections from the internet using ports 80 and 443 directly from a static public IP
database: an Azure VM running MySQL server that accepts connections only from the webserver's private IP address on port 3306
You need to evaluate the minimum number of network interface cards (NICs) and network security groups (NSGs) you need to provision.
How many resources should you provision? To answer, select the appropriate options from the drop-down menus.
You should provision at least two NICs. You need to associate one NIC for each Azure VM, and for the webserver, you should associate a static public IP address on the same NIC. You have a required private IP address that is defined by the virtual network and an optional public IP address per NIC.
You should provision at least two NSGs. One NSG should be associated with the webserver's NIC to allow network traffic on ports 80 and 433 from the internet. Another NSG should be associated with the database NIC to allow network traffic on port 3306 from the webserver's private IP address.