AZ-700 Practice Tests – Designing and Implementing Microsoft Azure Networking Solutions
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________ check for incoming connection requests by using the port, protocol, host, and IP address.
A listener is a logical entity that checks for incoming connection requests by using the port, protocol, host, and IP address. So basically, your application gateway or load balancer will be able to listen to incoming traffic and accept it.
When you configure the listener, you must configure values that match the corresponding values in the incoming request on the gateway. In simpler words, if your backend servers are web servers that are waiting for HTTP requests, then the listener must be configured for HTTP traffic (HTTP/80, or HTTPS/443 which is used nowadays, because it’s secure).
Listener configuration is available under Settings menu, within Azure Application Gateway:
Configuration steps are pretty straightforward. You need to name your listener, select an existing frontend IP address, and then the protocol and port number the listener should be listening on.
In the below example, my listener will be waiting for HTTP traffic, on port 8080:
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