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Local Bridge on MS Azure Cloud

Posted: Wed Jan 30, 2019 10:16 pm
by scsimon
I had been trying to setup the SoftEther VPN server on MS Azure Cloud, and I wish to be able to connect multiple Mikrotik routers of different networks, and all be able to route with each other. The VPN server resides on Azure cloud on a Linux VM. Here is the configuration of the VPN server:

Two Virtual Hubs (VHub):
1. Default
Local Bridge to eth0 of the Azure VM. VM eth0 has IP address:
2. Office
L2TP tunnel established with this VHub. SecureNAT/Virtual DHCP is on to provide IP address for this tunnel.
Virtual Host network Interface
IP Address:
Virtual DHCP Server
IP Address Lease Range:

Layer 3 Switch is set:
Farm1 -
Virtual Interface: | VHub: Default
Virtual Interface: VHub: Office
Routing Table: GW: Metric:1

I also have a testing VM setup in the same Azure subnet with IP address When I ping from to, I am able to ping since it's the Azure VM that was answering. However, when I pinged from to, which is the virtual interface address of VHub Default, I am getting timed out. Is there something that I am missing here? Thanks a lot in advance for your help.


Re: Local Bridge on MS Azure Cloud

Posted: Thu Feb 14, 2019 12:49 am
by scsimon
Any one has similar issue to what I am having now? Not sure if it's a limitation on Microsoft Azure or a SoftEther limitation, or if it's just a setting issue. Thanks.

Re: Local Bridge on MS Azure Cloud

Posted: Thu Apr 25, 2019 1:39 am
by thisjun
I have never try to create a localbridge on MS Azure, however, cloud service usually doesn't allow spoofing of MAC address.
So, I think the localbridge doesn't work.