KVM & BRCTL in Linux – bringing VLANs to the guests

I recently had the opportunity to setup a KVM machine running on a Centos machine. Tools such as Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) help immensely in the provisioning and administration of virtual machine guests within KVM, and bring the KVM solution on par with other solutions such as Xen, VMWare and VirtualBox. Networking is one of … Continue reading KVM & BRCTL in Linux – bringing VLANs to the guests

Windows L2TP split tunnelling using CMAK

by Default, the in-built windows L2TP client will attempt to tunnel all internet traffic over an L2TP VPN connection. This can of course be disabled to achieve a low level of split tunnelling: Right click on the VPN adapter > properties > TCP/IP settings > Advanced. Clear the “use default gateway on remote network” It’s … Continue reading Windows L2TP split tunnelling using CMAK