Azure can be used to offer Point-To-Site (P2S) connectivity for individual users, that by leveraging a VPN client on their systems (Windows, Linux or Mac) can get connectivity to Azure resources. This P2S connectivity is often limited to Azure resources, but by leveraging the Azure Route Server, additional access is offered. For example, if an … Continue reading Sending Internet Traffic from P2S Clients Through an NVA
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
This is not a topology I would define as “best practice”, or one that I see in every Azure deployment out there, but I would certainly not describe it as exotic either. In this design, organizations want to leverage Azure as Internet breakout for their on-premises systems. Potentially because they do not have a good … Continue reading Azure as Internet breakout from on-premises with Route Server
Some times User-Defined Routes can cause traffic issues in Azure due to asymmetries, learn how to identify those problems and fix them!
Hey there! As you might have read, some time ago I wrote a pretty detailed “A day in the life of a packet” post series on how networking works in detail in Azure RedHat Openshift (ARO). Some of the feedback around those blog posts was that they are far too technical, and hard to read … Continue reading Azure RedHat Openshift and Hybrid Networking
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