Tag: Networking

Azure Extended network (“L2” – ish connections)

In November 2019 at the Microsoft Ignite conference there was a demo on how to extend your on-premises network to Azure. While embedded in a regular Azure session, one might think this allows you to do a L2 extension of your network into an Azure network, its actually not. Yes, you can have overlapping subnets […]

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Highly Available Firewalls and Proxies in Azure

New and old technology usually don’t work well together. Trying to connect your Betamax video player to an OLED screen may be a challenge. It will work, but how? The same principle applies to traditional firewall setups in the cloud. With the virtualization of the networking stack not all features available in physical networks are […]

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Enable/Disable Accelerated Networking on Azure VM’s part 2

In my previous post, I talked about using a custom script to redeploy VM’s with Accelerated networking enabled or disabled. The latest PowerShell cmd’lets however make things a lot easier and don’t require you to re-deploy the entire VM anymore. So, this post is a followup to the previous one and explains how to enable […]

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How to connect to Azure Services

When deploying services in Azure, the connection to those services is important. Some services might require public access, while for other services you want to have a more private connection.. this post goes into the different options.. and what to take into account when connecting to services deployed in Azure.. Within Azure there is a […]

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