Hey guys, today I’m going to show you how to create DNAT rules for Azure Firewall with Powershell. DNAT stands for Destination Network Address Translation, and it allows you to redirect traffic from a public IP address to a private IP address on your virtual network. This is useful if you want to expose some services or applications to the internet without exposing your entire network.Continue reading “Creating DNAT Rules for Azure Firewall with Powershell”
Month: January 2022
Creating Network Rules for Azure Firewall with Powershell
today I’m going to show you how to create network rules for Azure Firewall with Powershell. Network rules allow you to control the traffic between your virtual networks and the internet based on source and destination IP addresses, ports and protocols. They are useful for scenarios where you need granular control over specific network flows.