Join David Elfassy for an in-depth discussion in this video Implementing a VPN, part of Microsoft Azure: Core Functionalities.
- [Instructor] Now that we've looked at how to create…and manage these virtual networking objects,…let's take a little bit of closer look…at the virtual private networking functionalities…available in Azure.…Now before I actually go ahead and configure…a virtual private network connection to Azure,…I mentioned earlier that I need to have an object…in Azure that represents my virtual networking device…that is only on-premises network.…So for example, if I have a Cisco device…that is being used as a VPN router, I need to…identify that physical router in Azure…so that Azure knows what it's connecting to.…
In order to do that, I need to go ahead…and create a new networking object that is called…a local network gateway.…So watch out for the terminology a local network gateway…represents a device that is on your physical network.…So I'm going to give it a name and let's say this is…my on premises LinkedIn router, and I'm going to give it…an IP address and let's say that its IP address…is 18.104.22.168,…and again that has to be a IP address…
- Understanding Azure subscriptions
- Managing Azure with portals and PowerShell
- Configuring Azure web apps
- Deploying virtual machines
- Configuring virtual machines for high availability
- Managing Azure Active Directory
- Creating Azure virtual networks
- Implementing a VPN
- Performing Azure backups
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Familiar with Microsoft Azure
2. Microsoft Azure Services
3. Microsoft Azure Networking
Implementing a VPN7m 39s
4. Managing Azure Resources
Next steps1m 17s
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