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Seems like the LFS263 handout is outdated??

Hi Amar,

Thanks for your clarification. I got onto GCP console finally (as per your LAB 4.1), however, I do not see the following as per the handout:

In my GCP console, I do not see ;

However, I do see:

Is your lab handout outdated and needs to be revised? I have the option of creating a new FW rule, though.

But I am confused on how to proceed?

Any and all guidance will be highly appreciated.

NOTE: I also did not see:

Quotas -> us-central1>

My console only shows:

IAM & admin -> Quotas

and then 09 Compute Engine API's starting from "subnetworks" and ending at "queries per day".

Thanks very much.
Aziz S. Islam.

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  • Hi Amar,
    Please see the edited note below as the one posted earlier chopped off some items:

    Thanks for your clarification. I got onto GCP console finally (as per your LAB 4.1), however, I do not see the following as per the handout:

    In my GCP console, I do not see default-allow-https;

    However, I do see:

    default-allow-icmp

    default-allow-internal

    default-allow-rdp

    default-allow-ssh

    Is your lab handout outdated and needs to be revised? I have the option of creating a new FW rule, though.

    But I am confused on how to proceed?

    Any and all guidance will be highly appreciated.

    NOTE: I also did not see:

    Quotas -> us-central1>

    My console only shows:

    IAM & admin -> Quotas

    and then 09 Compute Engine API's starting from "subnetworks" and ending at "queries per day".

    Thanks very much.
    Aziz S. Islam.

  • same here...help

  • vmuthukrishnan
    vmuthukrishnan Posts: 30
    edited December 2020

    Hi Aziz,

    Please replace the project name in the below link to verify your gcloud project quota limits for Persistent Disk & CPUs.

    https://console.cloud.google.com/iam-admin/quotas?project=YOUR_PROJECT_NAME

    You can refer to the below link to understand how to increase your gcloud disk & cpu quota limits. If you are using a corporate account then you should contact your google cloud project administrator to increase the CPU & Disk quota limit required for the LFS263 course.

    https://cloud.google.com/compute/quotas#checking_your_quota

    Please refer to the attached gcloud console reference images for further details. Hope this help you proceed further and do let us know if you need any further assistance.


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