I have followed many articles to install and config windows azure pack distributed, But every time I finish configuring everything, the azure pack is not working and give me different errors, seams to me there is a network prerequisites I should config first before setting up the servers, for example to keep all server on the same azure network, but I couldn't find anyone mentioning this.

So my question is:
Does just setting up different servers and make them all connect to the same sql server is enough? or there are some network configurations I should do as well?


There could be many things that are off, like DNS, networking settings etc. A couple of MVP's created a WAP Wiki and OneNote that is a must read when you start implementing azure (pack) http://www.hyper-v.nu/archives/hvredevoort/2015/01/azure-pack-wiki-available-via-onenote/ Hope that provides some useful pointers.

The official place for the prerequisites should be this one https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn296442.aspx

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    If you could elaborate a bit on the content of the url's, to make this answer a bit more self-contained and less reliant on the links provided it would be appreciated. – Reaces Aug 25 '15 at 10:39
  • thanks for the tip @Reaces, being a newbie here, I will make sure there's either more context, or no links in my future answers. If all servers are (distributed) in the same subnet, that should not be a problem for an Azure Pack deployment. – Robert Bakker Aug 26 '15 at 10:36
  • You can always edit your current question, and put some explanation in there. I'm sure there are people here who will gladly up-vote a decent answer made better with context. – Reaces Aug 26 '15 at 10:50

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