Not so long ago I’ve reported an issue where Multi-Tenant RRAS (Windows Server Gateway) is not discovered by by the Multi-Tenant RRAS Management Pack. This problem has been fixed in Update Rollup 2 for System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager. If you add Windows Server Gateways as Network Service in VMM as usual you will not notice a difference in the wizard and after the gateway is added successful you will probably had to create that Client Access Point resource manually. That is because the fix is not exposed directly in the wizard, it is actually a parameter that you have provide in the connection string. And actually the parameters are two: Continue reading “Adding Windows Server Gateway Cluster as Network Service in VMM 2012 R2 UR2 for Monitoring with SCOM”
NVGRE Gateway Cluster Not Discovered Completely by the Multi-Tenant RRAS MP
In the past I’ve tried Multi-Tenant RRAS Management Pack with NVGRE Gateway that was not in the cluster. Recently I was able to try the MP with NVGRE Gateway cluster but I’ve met some challenges. Continue reading “NVGRE Gateway Cluster Not Discovered Completely by the Multi-Tenant RRAS MP”
Quick Look at Multi-Tenant RRAS Management Pack
If you are using Network Virtualization from Microsoft you probably also using Multi-Tenant Gateways. In such scenario the gateways become critical part of your infrastructure and would be best if you can monitor them. Continue reading “Quick Look at Multi-Tenant RRAS Management Pack”
Updated: Hybrid Cloud with NVGRE (WSSC 2012 R2) Whitepaper
Hybrid Cloud with NVGRE (WSSC 2012 R2) Whitepaper is updated here to reflect R2 RTM. Hope you will like it. Authors are Kristian Nese and Flemming Riis. Technical reviewers are Daniel Neumann and me.
Multi-Tenant Gateway Testing Guides
In Windows Server 2012 R2 Preview Microsoft is introducing Multi-Tenant Gateway. The GW is easier to setup with VMM 2012 R2 Preview but if you want just to test the GW in a small lab here are two guides that will help you in that:
Both guides are provided by Ramandeep Singh Dhillon from Microsoft.