Tag: Networking

WatchGuard Now Supported by Azure for Dynamic/Route-Based VPN

Microsoft now supports WatchGuard’s firewalls with the 11.12 firmware (fireware) for dynamic or route-based VPN. There are two kinds of VPN gateway in Azure: Static / policy-based: 1:1  connections, don’t support point-to-site VPN, or VNet-to-VNet VPN, website-to-VNet VPN, and really only good for the simplest of designs. Dynamic / route-based: Multiple simultaneous connections, supports all…

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Ignite 2016 – Microsoft Azure Networking: New Network Services, Features And Scenarios

This session (original here) from Microsoft Ignite 2016 is looking at new networking features in Azure such as Web Application Firewall, IPv6, DNS, accelerated networking, VNet Peering and more. This post is my collection of notes from the recording of this session. The speakers are: Yousef Khalidi, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Jason Carson, Enterprise Architect,…

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Azure VNet Peering Is In Preview – But Has Registration Issues

Microsoft has launched the preview of Azure VNet Peering. You can find overview information on it and some how to’s. You need to register for the VNet Peering preview using PowerShell: Register-AzureRmProviderFeature -FeatureName AllowVnetPeering -ProviderNamespace Microsoft.Network –force It takes up to 30 minutes for this to complete. You can check your registration status by running:…

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RunAsRadio Podcast – Hyper-V in Server 2016

I recently recorded an episode of the RunAsRadio podcast with Richard Campbell on the topic of Windows Server 2016 (WS2016) Hyper-V. We covered a number of areas, including containers, nested virtualization, networking, security, and PowerShell. Technorati Tags: Windows Server 2016,Hyper-V,Virtualisation,PowerShell,Security,Networking,Failover Clustering Please follow and like us: