Network security groups are introduced as another layer of protection based on protocol, address, and ports. ACLs and the process of creating NSGs are explained.
- [Instructor] I chose to end this course…with this topic on network security groups…or NSGs for two reasons.…First is that it's a natural progression…from talking about distributed firewall policies…and second, I didn't want less experienced admins…to bail early thinking I was talking about the groups…that you create on local servers or inactive directory…to manage access to file shares.…Network security groups are not…security or distribution groups…used to manage rights and permissions of users,…instead they are the object that links…access control lists of rules to individual virtual machines…or collections of virtual machines.…
Now in the last video we saw how distributed…firewall policies can apply a common set…of traffic filters to separate locations,…but we've addressed in previous topics…the need to decouple the virtual environment…from the physical network…and here with network security groups…we're able to apply rules a little differently…and provide a different flavor of flexibility.…There is some similarity between an NSG…
AuthorScott M Burrell
- Configuring a network interface controller team
- Switching embedded teaming
- Remote enabled direct memory access NICs
- Configuring virtual machine queue
- Enabling and configuring SR-IOV
- Understanding software-defined networks (SDN)
- Reviewing SDN network requirements and deployment scenarios
Skill Level Intermediate
1. High-Performance Network Interfaces
2. High-Performance SMB Environments
3. High-Performance Virtual Networks
4. Software-Defined Networks
5. Software-Defined Virtual Networks
6. Gateways and Firewalls
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