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I'm pretty new to Azure, but I'll try and help. I've done a bit of reading on NSGs, but not used them in practise. NSGs apply to a VM or a Subnet. NSGs currently only apply to the primary NIC of a VM. As you said, the VM endpoints are not compatible with NSGs. If your Barracuda WAP has two interfaces, I'm not sure how that would work with NSGs. I don't ...
Mail is always push, there is no possibility to "pull" mail. As long as there is no possibility for the web- server to connect to the admin- server you will not be able to route any mail. If you really can't open port 1352 inbound, then you need to write a little agent, that "pulls" the mail from a repository database by simply copying it to its own ...
In the broad strokes, yes, what you want to do is "push" the files from the internal network to the DMZ (a session initiated from a computer on the internal network), rather than "pull" the files to the DMZ from the internal network (a session initiated from a computer on the DMZ network). This is the way the default rules on a lot of [hardware] firewalls ...
Well I feel sheepish. The firewall rules work OK, but port 80 was being blocked at the ISP.
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