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our own computer, we will need an endpoint configured to make it happen. It is basically accessing the virtual machine through a port. An endpoint provides remote access to the services running on virtual machine. It has a public and private port that needs to be specified while creating an endpoint. Additionally, an endpoint can be accessed securely by activating Access Control Lists (ACL). In the following section, it is demonstrated how a new endpoint can be configured for virtual machine that’s already been created. However, it can also be done in the same way as creating a new one on configuration part of wizard. Step 1 : Click on Virtual Machine in your Azure Management portal. Step 2 : Click on ‘Endpoint’ and then Click on ‘Add’ . Step 3 : Select ‘Add a Stand -Alone Endp oint’ as shown in the following image. 18. Endpoint Configuration
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Microsoft Azure 89 Step 4 : Select the name from dropdown. Alternatively, you can enter a custom name. Here let’s select Http from options. It will assign unused ports automatically. Or you can enter it manually.
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Microsoft Azure 90 Step 5 : If you tick ‘Create a Load Balanced Set’, it will allow distri buting the load across virtual machines. Let’s leave it unchecked here because it can be configured later, if needed. Step 6 : The ‘Enable Direct Server Return’ is checked when SQL s erver’s ‘Always On’ feature is required, so let’s leave it unchecked. Step 7 : Click on Next arrow. Access Control of Endpoint We can grant or deny the access of services to an individual host or network. If nothing is specified, the endpoint can be accessed from any host and network. Step 1 : Select ‘Manage ACL’ as shown in the following image.
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Microsoft Azure 91 Step 2 : Enter access description. Step 3 : Enter Subnet Mask.
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Microsoft Azure 92 Step 4 : Click on Next and it’s done .
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93 In the last chapter, we saw how an endpoint can be created to access a virtual machine; this is quite a tedious task. If a virtual machine in virtual network needs to be connected with on-premise machine, the point-to-site connectivity is needed. Point-to-site connectivity makes it very productive to work with remote virtual machines. Basically, a machine on-premise is connected to virtual network using point-to-site connectivity. However, we can connect up to 128 on-premise machines to virtual network in Azure. The access to the virtual network in cloud is granted through a certificate. The certificate has to be installed on each local machine that needs to be connected to the virtual network. Enabling Point-to-Site Connectivity on Existing Virtual Network If you have already created a virtual network in Azure, you can access it in management portal. Step 1 : Log in to Azure management portal. Step 2 : Click on ‘Networks’ in the left panel and select the network you want to work with.
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