Azure VPN Not Starting

TLDR; Make sure the local network is defined or has at least one address configured. Today I was troubleshooting the Azure VPN, which wasn’t coming up. As always it turns out to be a small and easy to fix problem, but it took me some time to figure out what was going wrong.

Rancher Multiple Nfs Mountpoints

In my previous blog I explained how to use the Rancher-NFS service. In this blog I will explain how you can add multiple NFS mountpoints to a container, by using this same Rancher-NFS driver.

Rancher and Rancher Nfs Simple How To

Rancher is an awesome container management platform and they offer a great ‘ quick start guide’, if you really want to get up and running quickly. Unfortunately I found the persistent storage section a bit limited and I had some troubles figuring out how I could use my Synology NAS as a shared storage for my containers.

Nsx Dfw Logging to Syslog Server

One of the strongest features of NSX is that every single VM is protected by the Distributed Firewall (DFW). If logging is enabled the logsĀ of the DFW are written in a file called “dfwpktlogs.

Dvb Viewer Lite and Satip Tuner in Different Subnet

For my home project I’m working with a SAT>IP tuner. This is an IDL 400s. Since this is all new to me and it eventually will have to work with TVHeadend, although that’s the idea, unfortunately my current server Argus-TV, doesn’t support the SAT>IP protocol yet.

Nested NSX Upgrading Nsx 6.0.5 to 6.1.2

In earlier blogposts I described how I build my nested NSX lab. This environment was based on NSX version 6.0.5 and in this post I will briefly show you how you can easily upgrade your NSX environment, in this case we will upgrade to version 6.

Nfs Through a Seperate Vmkernel Adapter

In this post I will describe briefly how I connected my storage to my ESX environment. This because I have multiple subnets, i.e. management & servers. Since my NAS a Synology also runs multiple packages, I decided to place it in the server-subnet.

Nested Nsx Vmware Nsx on Intel Nuc Lab Setup Part 3

In the previous two posts I described how to set-up a nested ESXi environment on the Intel NUC and how to install and configure it for NSX. So in this post I assume everything is installed and configured and we can actually start deploying a network.

Nested Nsx Vmware Nsx on Intel Nuc Lab Setup Part 2

In my previous post I described how to create a nested ESXi environment, connected to a vCenter, this as a preparation to run eventually NSX. In this post we will build further on the basic set-up we created in part 1 of this series.

Nested Nsx Vmware Nsx on Intel Nuc Lab Setup Part 1

While the VMware Hands-on Labs are extremely cool and useful, I found it always very learning-full and nonetheless fun to build my own labs. To keep it fun and keep down the noise and powering costs I decided to buy some Intel NUCs, which have a good price tag and are very low on energy.