Troubleshooting with Microsoft Azure Network Watcher
Microsoft now gives you packet-level access to your Windows Server and Linux virtual machines (VMs) running in Azure. You'll learn how to use Network Watcher to troubleshoot network security groups (NSGs), perform packet captures, and much more.
What you'll learn
IT ops professionals often require packet-level access to network traffic in order to perform troubleshooting and performance optimization. In this course, Troubleshooting with Microsoft Azure Network Watcher, you'll learn how to use every tool in this new Microsoft Azure feature. First, you'll discover how to enable Network Watcher in your home Azure regions. Next, you'll explore how to use Network Watcher to trace routing paths, troubleshoot NSGs, and test connectivity to and from your VMs running in Azure. Finally, you'll learn how to perform packet captures with Network Watcher and visualize the capture data with open-source software. When you're finished with this course, you'll have the skills and knowledge to analyze your Azure IaaS resources deeply and effectively.
Table of contents
- Overview 2m
- Demo: Topology in Network Watcher 5m
- Connectivity Check 2m
- Demo: Run Connectivity Check Tests 2m
- Next Hop Analysis 3m
- Demo: Perform Next Hop Analysis 3m
- Azure VPN Gateway Troubleshooting 3m
- Demo: Configure VPN Troubleshooting 7m
- Just in Time (JIT) VM Access 2m
- Demo: Test JIT VM Access 3m
- Summary 1m