Configure internet access in Microsoft Azure Virtual Network

I’m setting up a Virtual Network in Azure to host my SharePoint 2013 farm. I’ve configured added the DNS servers of 10.0.0.4 and 10.0.0.5 (as per my pervious article), expecting that I would be able to access the public internet inside the SharePoint 2013 VM’s. I’m able to access only google and few other internet sites inside the VMs, most of the sites including microsoft.com was not accessible.

The fix for this issue is to add the Public DNS servers (168.63.129.16 and 168.62.167.9) to the list of DNS servers in the Azure Virtual Network.

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After adding the Public DNS servers (168.63.129.16 and 168.62.167.9) , the internet connectivity worked like a charm.

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