Let’s Configure Azure Site-to-Site VPN with RRAS in Azure Resource Manager!

Configuring a VPN Gateway

Step-By-Step: Configuring a site-to-site VPN Gateway between Azure and On-Premise
If you want to ping to other systems on prem then the on prem systems need to have the RRAS server as their default gateway. This prep time assumes the time it takes to create a Microsoft Azure account. When you create a virtual network gateway, gateway VMs are deployed to the gateway subnet and configured with the settings that you specify. S2S connections can be used for cross-premises and hybrid configurations. I'm having a similar issue when leveraging MFA server against Office logins. The last sentence saved me: August 9, at 4:

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IPsec VPN to Microsoft Azure

Select public IP from here or if you don't have, once you click on the option it will allow you to add new one. Once it's done can see the public IP address details. You need this to configure the VPN device in yours on premises device. After that click on create to proceed. It should not behind NAT. This is yours on premises address ranges. You can add multiple ranges. Select the relevant local network gateway for your connection. This is the pre-shared key you going to use for the VPN configuration.

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Return to the Microsoft Azure portal, click All resources and navigate to your virtual network gateway. On the blade for your virtual network gateway, click Connections. You can see the status of each connection. Ingress and egress bytes confirm traffic flowing through the tunnel.

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Note that it may take some time for this address to populate. For more information about these combinations, and an up to date list of recommended IPsec VPN settings, see this article. If the tunnel fails to come up, begin troubleshooting by double-checking the encryption algorithm and PSK settings match on both ends for Phase 1 and Phase 2. In the portal dashboard, go to New. Provisioning the virtual network gateway may take some time.

You will receive a notification about the deployment. Select 2 for Diffie-Hellman Group. Set Key Lifetime seconds to Scroll down to Phase 2 Selectors and expand the Advanced section.

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