Tags: Azure Virtual Network

VNET connection between Azure Function or App Service stops working – Service Association Links

Azure Benjamin Perkins

I have this Azure Function that is integrated with an Azure Virtual Network, using Regional integration as shown in Figure 1.  Where Regional VNET Integration is ARM based and the resources are located in the same Azure region.  The other type of VNET integration is uses the classic integration method or if you need to […]

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WEBSITE_VNET_ROUTE_ALL and Azure Functions

Azure Benjamin Perkins

This would apply to Azure App Services too. This is an interesting feature.  To me it resembles or provides the ability to force tunnel.  The implementations of forced tunneling I have seen have typically been configured using route tables.  Where the route table is a matrix of IP addresses (see Figure 6) that instructs TCP […]

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Create a VNET and access an Azure VM hosted within it from an App Services Web App

Azure Benjamin Perkins

There are 2 kinds of VNETs at the moment, they are VNETv1 (ASM), also referred to as ‘Classic virtual networks’ and VNETv2 (ARM), aka ‘Resource Manager virtual networks’. The binding between a VNETv1 and a Web App can be achieved within the AUX portal here, while the same needs to be performed using PowerShell for […]

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Enable logging for your Hybrid Connection Manager, troubleshooting

Azure Benjamin Perkins

This article pertains to the Azure Biztalk based Hybrid Connection feature discussed here. To read about the new version of the Hybrid Connection feature based on Azure Relay, read this article. #HybridConnection #Azure #Microsoft – There are 2 kinds of logging you can use to troubleshoot any issues with your Azure Hybrid Connection Manager. The […]

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