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Configuring Probe in Public Cloud (Azure)

This is more of an architectural question.  I am configuring probes within our public cloud environment and I will most likely have 8 data flow probes to handle the different regions.  For much of the environment ICMP will be disabled, so I will need to rely on the Call Home feature to initiate the discovery.  Since, I believe, we can only configure 3 call home addresses I want to put the probes behind a traffic manager which will route the call home traffic to the appropriate probe (and allow me to configure the agent with a single call home address).

My question is this, I am told by the network administrator that this configuration will open up the probes for public access.  Is there a way to "harden" the probes to protect against public access?  I've already looked at the hardening guide, but is there a preferred method when discovering within the public cloud? Once again, thanks for the assistance.

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Re: Configuring Probe in Public Cloud (Azure)


For a different details apart of the official guides we suggest to contact the PSO services. They can help you in your specifications .

Best Regards,

Melissa Carranza Mejias
Customer Support Engineer

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