How to setup secure FTP on a Azure Windows VM using IIS in 4 easy steps
Continued from Part 1 2. I can’t ping an Azure Windows Virtual Machine from another Virtual Machine within the same Virtual Network Consider two windows machines VM1 (10.0.0.4) and VM2 (10.0.0.5) within the same subnet of the same virtual network on Azure For out-of-the-box Azure windows VMs, any attempt to ping one of the VMs… Continue reading Why can’t I ping my #Azure #IaaS VM? – Part 2
Anyone doing work with infrastructure probably uses ping (at least unofficially) to troubleshoot network connectivity. However, while working with Azure infrastructure, ping, by default, does not work. There are a couple of scenarios to consider: 1. I can't ping my Azure Windows Virtual Machine from my laptop (or any location outside of Azure) 2. I… Continue reading Why can’t I ping my #Azure #IaaS VM? – Part 1
Azure Virtual Machines (Windows-based, for the sake of this post), come with only one public IP address in the standard out-of-box configurations. This is ok for hosting multiple websites on a single VM, if they're only running on HTTP (port 80) TLDR; use host header. However, for using HTTPs, SSL restricts you to one public… Continue reading So you want to host multiple SSL websites on one Azure VM?