VXLAN WAN and IPSec

Reading Time: 7 minutes I did this post for two reasons. First I would like to demonstrate the possibility to extend a layer 2 network with VXLAN over a WAN connection and second to show the configuration of two VSR routers creating an IPSec tunnel with one router being on a dynamic IP address. The reason for me, to … Read more VXLAN WAN and IPSec

VXLAN: Implementation

Reading Time: 8 minutes This post will describe one option to implement a VXLAN enabled fabric. I will use VSR router to create the fabric and create the overlay using VXLAN. I already gave a general overview about VXLAN in an earlier post here:VXLAN: What is VXLAN VXLAN Implementation Introduction Before I will start to describe the configuration I … Read more VXLAN: Implementation

HowTo: IPSec Tunnel with dynamic IP’s

Reading Time: 5 minutes In this post I would like to show how I created an IPSec tunnel between my lab and my workstation. I have a static IP only for my lab, but not for the workstation and I was looking for an easy way to interconnect both to do some wireless testing without sitting in the noisy … Read more HowTo: IPSec Tunnel with dynamic IP’s

HowTo: MSM with UAM Captive Portal

Reading Time: 5 minutes This time I would like to show, how to use the UAM captive portal with the MSM solution. As the MSM solution did not support the portal protocol, which is used to transfer all the necessary information from the UAM captive portal server to the access device, we have to use at least one Comware … Read more HowTo: MSM with UAM Captive Portal

How to: Install the HP VSR Router in ESXi

Reading Time: 3 minutes Today, I would like to show the installation of the HP VSR (Virtual Service Router) on an ESXi host. It should also work for ESX. The VSR is a virtual router, running on VMWare and KVM. It will also run in VMWare player and workstation without consuming a lot of resources, which makes it ideal … Read more How to: Install the HP VSR Router in ESXi

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