Today I will be talking about a script which Angus @FrostedFright has made for port range forwarding. If you don’t already know about setting up NAT and port forwarding via Routing and Remote Access tool then you should check out my previously blog that is called, “How to build Hyper-V nested VMs with multiple IP addresses Port Forwarding at Azure” and you can come back to this blog so you can understand this subject clearer than if you didn’t check out my previously blog. You should think that it is now easy to make multiple port forwarding, but it is a lot harder to use port range forwarding instead. Let’s get started with this tutorial!
Month: November 2018
As we know, there are lots of features on Microsoft Azure cloud, in order to use those features, you need to create a Microsoft Azure account, it’s very easy to create, also you will get $200 credits at the first month.
If you are a newcomer on Microsoft Azure, no worry, I am going to show you how to create Azure free account with $200 credits today, just follow the steps as below.
Free to build Sophos XG firewall at Azure Hyper-V Nested VM #Azure #MVPBUZZ #MVPHOUR #FIREWALL #SOPHOS
Have you been followed my previously blog to build up Hyper-V nested virtual machine on Microsoft Azure? If you don’t, you better build it right now, because this is pre-requisites and you will get lots of benefit for your lab or even production environment, you can reference this link and build it. If you did, congratulation! You can create a nested gest virtual machine and install Firewall (e.g. Sophos XG, Fortinet…) for free, why we still need to build firewall at our Azure Hyper-V nested environment? Because it supports lots functions that we cannot get the functions for free from Azure, e.g. server load balance, firewall, SNAT, application filter, IPS…and so on, we also can use it for LAB or simulate issues or POC. I am going to show how to build Sophos XG here.Read More