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Kyle T

posted on 28th Aug 15 at 17:15

http://www.c7solutions.com/2014/01/creating-an-azure-vpn-with-a-draytek-router


Kyle T

posted on 28th Aug 15 at 17:14

Unless that's Polish for Cisco 1900, I can't help you.

:D


pow

posted on 28th Aug 15 at 13:20

Draytek 3900


Kyle T

posted on 28th Aug 15 at 12:41

Router you got?


pow

posted on 28th Aug 15 at 10:50

I need to suss out the VPN'ing from my router to the azure VNET, one day, one day....!!


Kyle T

posted on 27th Aug 15 at 12:30

quote:
Originally posted by pow
Good to hear - what 'level' of machine are you using?


A2 on 3 of our forests and A3 on the other one.

Got four "on-prem" businesses all with their own forests. They all VPN into their own VNET and then I've got VNET to VNET tunneling to join the four "azure" DC's together, along with a Windows Azure AD Sync box.

The WAADS server copies all of our forests into a single Office365/AzureAD tenant so we can share Exchange Online, Sharepoint, etc across the group.


pow

posted on 27th Aug 15 at 07:27

Good to hear - what 'level' of machine are you using?


Kyle T

posted on 26th Aug 15 at 19:20

Been doing this for a couple of years now, works a treat :)


pow

posted on 26th Aug 15 at 09:30

Thank you both :D


Neo

posted on 26th Aug 15 at 09:26

:thumbs: Can't take the credit, shouted at the Azure bod and he sent me the link :lol:


pow

posted on 26th Aug 15 at 09:22

Ahh it's just creating a second site for it, that would do the trick lovely.


pow

posted on 26th Aug 15 at 09:22

Ohh you beauty, exactly that.


Neo

posted on 26th Aug 15 at 09:00

This what your trying to accomplish j?

https://azure.microsoft.com/en-gb/documentation/articles/virtual-networks-install-replica-active-directory-domain-controller/


pow

posted on 26th Aug 15 at 08:41

One place I'm doing some work at has started the process of upgrading the backup provision, one thing I have thought of doing is spinning up a server core azure VM and making that a DC for the network - anyone done this with any success? Backing up data is easy enough, as are databases and the suchlike, but a DC is always a bloody nightmare!