Friday 30 December 2022

Configuring NAT And PAT For Azure Load Balancer

Azure load balancers are a highly available single point of contact for traffic distribution to hosts in a backend pool. They can be used with health probes to ensure layer 4 traffic (TCP/UDP) is consistently and evenly distributed to healthy Virtual Machines.

This article will teach us how to create an Azure load balancer, configure Network Address Translation (NAT) and Port Address Translation (PAT) rules for RDP traffic for support or monitoring, and then lock it down with a network security group. This is easily adaptable to many other types of traffic. 

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