Last week, during the VeeamON 2017 conference, one of the announcements has been a completely new product, called VeeamPN (Veeam Powered Network), a solution to easily create virtual private networks betweens multiple public clouds, remote locations and roaming users. Even if the main use case of the solution is to ease the access to Azure virtual machines, I’ve found another interesting use case that I’m sure the service providers running Veeam Cloud Connect will like.
In a previous article, I described how to install pfSense in a vCloud tenant to become its gateway. In this article I will show you how to create a stretched lan between this firewall, and another one installed at a customer site. A stretched LAN is a connection between two sites where you can use […]
In un precedente articolo, ho descritto come installare pfSense in un tenant vCloud per farne il suo gateway. In questo articolo vi mostrerò come creare una lan tra questo firewall, e un altro installato nel sito di un cliente. Una stretched LAN è una connessone tra due siti dove potete usare la stessa subnet IP in […]