I have a short one for today, which I just found out with a colleague when troubleshooting Kubernetes: we only had connectivity to a VM over the console, but we needed to execute two commands at the same time: generate some traffic on one side, and have some tcpdump running on the other. First of … Continue reading Pimp your serial console with tmux
As you might have read, one of the new kids on the block in Azure Networking is the Gateway Load Balancer. You can refer to Microsoft docs for more details on what it does and why it was created, suffice to say that it is essentially a way to insert an NVA in a network … Continue reading What language does the Azure Gateway Load Balancer speak?
After reading the title above, you might be wondering why the heck you would want to do such a thing. The reason in my particular case is to connect an Azure Stack installation to an Azure ExpressRoute circuit, since Azure Stack needs some kind of connectivity to Azure. Azure Stack uses internally BGP and /31 … Continue reading Setting up /31 interfaces and BGP on a CentOS machine