Category: Networking

Breaking the 1Gbps barrier with Synology and Windows 10

My Mac Pro machine (still going strong) has two NIC’s onboard. While I initially had the 2nd NIC connected to my DMZ to connect some of my VM’s, I wasn’t using it anymore lately and it was sort of a redundant Ethernet port. Which got me thinking.. what if I can use that 1Gbps also […]

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Azure P2S VPN with MFA

As Microsoft enabled the Radius option in the Azure Gateway VPN configuration, it now means you can enable MFA on your P2S connections! There is a caveat however. It only works if you have replicated your users from an Active Directory into Azure Active Directory. If you have cloud-only user, it doesn’t work (yet..) I’ll […]

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Azure Stack Development Kit – Connecting to subscription networks through the host

I know that many of my posts are about networking icw a Juniper SRX… as I happen to have one. But what if you don’t have such a “sophisticated” device that can handle multiple virtual routers, BGP and all the other stuff. Well I could say, buy one from e-bay.. but let’s see if I […]

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Azure Stack Development Kit – Connecting to subscription networks

When you have Azure Stack Development Kit deployed and in Routing mode (see earlier post). You can now also create S2S VPN connections to the tenants deployed inside Azure Stack. In my configuration I used BGP for the BGPNAT to advertise the newly assigned “external” IP addresses to my Juniper so that I don’t have […]

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Azure Stack Development Kit – BGP

Now that we have our Azure Stack Development Kit in routing mode, we can also send the BGP information from within the Stack to the Juniper Firewalls (or any FW you have..). This will ensure that the new “external IP addresses” that are assigned to our workloads are accessible via our intranet route information and […]

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Azure Stack Development Kit – Routing Mode (removing NAT)

When you install Azure Stack Development Kit it is a completely isolated service with multiple networks. It means that your Azure Services (such as ADFS, the portal and AD) are not available outside of the box at all. But what if you wanted to use the Azure Stack DK from multiple computers?  or in our […]

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