In a previous blog we had a setup with a Network Virtual Appliance (NVA) for Internet egress and hybrid connectivity based on Azure Virtual Network Gateways. There is another fairly typical use case with regards to traffic between on-premises an Azure: firewalling it with an NVA: In some situations customers will combine the role of … Continue reading Using Route Server to firewall onprem traffic with an NVA
Some times User-Defined Routes can cause traffic issues in Azure due to asymmetries, learn how to identify those problems and fix them!
Lately I have been working in creating lab environments to train on some aspects of Azure networking, such as Network Virtual Appliances, VPN or ExpressRoute. I started creating scripts to deploy each of those, but then I realized that those scripts had a lot in common. Would it be possible to generalize them into one … Continue reading BGP Azure Lab Maker
You might know what Azure Virtual WAN is: in essence it is a network connectivity model in Azure where you can attach your Virtual Networks, your VPN branches, your ExpressRoute sites and your remote users connecting over VPN to it, and everybody can talk to each other. The main component of Azure Virtual WAN is … Continue reading Connect two Virtual WANs to each other over VPN