Always On VPN Load Balancing Deployment Guide for Kemp Load Balancers

Always On VPN Load Balancing Deployment Guide for Kemp Load BalancersI’m pleased announce that Kemp has released their Load Balancing Deployment Guide for Windows 10 Always On VPN. Authored by yours truly, this guide provides detailed, prescriptive guidance for configuring the Kemp LoadMaster load balancer to provide important scalability and eliminate critical points of failure in Always On VPN deployments.

Configuration Guidance

Included in the guide are configuration steps for load balancing VPN servers using IKEv2 and SSTP using Kemp LoadMaster. Crucial details for IKEv2 load balancing as well as SSL offload for SSTP are covered in detail. In addition, the guide includes information about load balancing important supporting infrastructure services such as the Network Policy Server (NPS). Finally, guidance is included for enabling active/passive or active/active load balancing as well as geographic load balancing for multisite Always On VPN deployments.

Always On VPN Load Balancing Deployment Guide for Kemp Load Balancers

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You can download the Windows 10 Always On VPN load balancing deployment guide for Kemp LoadMaster load balancers here.

Additional Information

Windows 10 Always On VPN Load Balancing Deployment Guide for Kemp LoadMaster Load Balancers

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5 Comments

  1. Romain

     /  February 4, 2021

    Hey Richard,
    Thanks for all the informations on your blog, it’s really THE bible ! 🙂
    If we deployed two servers load balanced if a kemp or a Windows NLB (active / passive), what should be the static route to reach the vpn clients from the lan ?
    Should we have two static routes with two differents vpn clients subnets ?

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    • Yes, each VPN server should be configured with it’s own distinct subnet for VPN client IP address assignment. You’ll then configure routes in your core network for each of those subnets and route them back to the VPN server that owns them.

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