Tag Archives: Networking

Creating a Site-to-Site (S2S) VPN with Azure Resource Manager (ARM) and Windows 2012R2

This setup consists of 2 steps — Step 1, setting up and configuring Azure, and Step 2, setting up and configuring your Windows RRAS server. Let’s begin: Setting up/Configuring Azure: Step 1: Create a Resource Group For the complete blog post, please visit, SCOMandOtherGeekyStuff.com.

Hyper-V Network Virtual Switches 101

So you’ve spun up a Windows 2012R2 machine with Hyper-V installed and ready to go. However, now you’re stuck and not sure which type of  Network Virtual Switch (vSwitch) applies to your environment(s)… In Windows 2012R2, Hyper-V’s network virtual switch runs at Layer 2 (Data Link layer). If you are unfamiliar with this, or either […]

Azure Pack / SCVMM NAT Rule Port Ranges

When you are creating NAT rules either in VMM or Azure Pack you should know there are some limitations on Source and Destination Ports. When we open Azure Pack Tenant portal, go to our VM Network, than to Rules you have the Add button on bottom. This assumes that you’ve already enabled NAT for that […]

Software-Defined Networking with Windows Server and System Center Jump Start

You’ve probably seen this event announced on other fellow bloggers or Twitter but to make sure that you will not miss it I am announcing it also. Even if this is not your area of interest I suggest visit the event. Description: Is your infrastructure outgrowing your current networking strategy? Want to simplify the process […]

Free Book: Microsoft System Center: Building a Virtualized Network Solution

I would like to introduce another great book authored by my friend Damian Flynn. I can tell you cannot go wrong with this book as you will give a foundation that will definitely need in working with Networking in VMM. I am also have participation in the book as Technical Editor. Grab it in different […]

What Does it Takes to be System Center Specialist These Days

Back in the days the System Center family consisted only of MOM and SMS and a lot has changed in the last years and more changes to come as we are reaching the GA date of the R2 wave. Also I am not saying it was easier back in the days to be System Center […]