I typically blog about topics, that I’m currently addressing in my own daily work, and this time is no different.
Covid-19 surely has a saying on this particular topic as well, and empowering our users to do more, working securely from home and remote, is key.
In that regard, we needed a simple VPN solution for our iOS devices, and while making my way through the setup and configuration of Microsoft Tunnel Gateway, I decided it was worth blogging as well.
This post will walk you through everything you need know, in order to successfully setup Microsoft Tunnel Gateway as a proof of concept.
- Creating the VM(s) in Azure
- Assigning static public IP
- Hardening of the inbound traffic
- Configuring public DNS record
- SSH’ing to the Linux server
- Installing Docker on Linux
- Setting up configuration in Microsoft Endpoint Manager
- Installing Microsoft Tunnel on Linux
- Copying down TLS certificate to Linux
- Deploying VPN profile in Microsoft Endpoint Manager
- Verifying connection to VPN on iOS is successful