I need a VPN solution that is based on Azure. We're a small tech development team, with 3 offices, and engineers often working remote.
I'm trying to setup a VPN to further secure my resources on Azure. We also have a development machine (Mac) sitting in one of our offices that need to be made available to remote dev teams over a LAN (i.e. want to be able to SSH/RDP in). Ideally when this Mac boots up, it should automatically VPN in, maybe using a certificate or something.
Here are my requirements:
- VPN Client should work on both Windows and Mac
- Users can either login using a Azure Active Directory account OR a certificate
- Would like to minimize the running of any servers (down to 0 if possible). Prefer to use PaaS over IaaS.
I've done this kind of setup on OpenVPN before -- I can always do that, but I don't want to manage VMs. Trying to figure out if this is possible on Azure.
Seems like I can do Point-to-Site connectivity, but there's no clear information on whether a Mac client is supported (seems officially, no), but has anyone reverse engineered the client to make it work on the Mac?
UPDATE: Ok, maybe the question got down voted because what I'm asking for is unclear. My question is this:
Can anyone share details if they have a working setup of Azure VPN, with Point-to-Site client connections from both Windows AND Mac? If not, some other equivalent solution that doesn't involve having to spin up a full-blown linux/windows machine?