Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform offers a number of networking capabilities, one of which is the ability to create and configure VPN tunnels. A VPN tunnel allows you to securely connect two or more networks together, such as your on-premises network and Azure virtual network. By doing so, you can extend your network’s reach while still keeping it secure.
There are two types of VPN tunnels you can create in Azure: site-to-site and point-to-site. Site-to-site tunnels are used when you want to connect an entire on-premises network to an Azure virtual network. Point-to-site tunnels are used when you only need to connect individual computers or devices (such as laptops) to an Azure virtual network. This type of tunnel requires that each computer has a client installed on it, which is used to connect it to the Azure VPN gateway.
Creating a VPN tunnel in Azure is a fairly straightforward process, but there are a few things to keep in mind before getting started. First, you will need to decide which type of tunnel you need (site-to-site or point-to
A VPN tunnel is an encrypted link where data can be passed between a customer network and AWS, or vice versa. Each VPN connection includes two VPN tunnels for high availability. A customer gateway is an AWS resource that provides information about your customer gateway device to AWS.
VPNs in Azure come in different shapes and sizes, each with its own distinct set of features. The most common type of VPN is the Site-to-Site VPN, which connects two on-premises sites together using a secure IPsec tunnel. Site-to-Site VPNs are ideal for organizations with remote locations that need to be connected to the main office. Another popular type of VPN is the Point-to-Site VPN, which establishes a connection from an individual computer to an Azure VNet. Point-to-Site VPNs are perfect for telecommuters and other users who need access to resources in a private VNet. Lastly, there’s the ExpressRoute circuit, which provides a direct connection between an on-premises site and Microsoft Azure (or other cloud providers) without going through the public internet. ExpressRoute circuits are typically used by large organizations with high bandwidth needs.
Azure VPN Gateway is a popular solution for enterprise infrastructure VPNs, according to PeerSpot’s ranking. It has an average rating of 7.2 out of 10 from users.
To configure an IPsec tunnel on a SonicWall, you’ll need to input the WAN IP address or domain name of the SonicWall that the user is VPN connecting to. Then, you’ll need to click on the new connection that’s been created and click “Enable.”
After that, you’ll need to navigate to VPN | DHCP over VPN and select “Central Gateway” from the menu. From there, you’ll need to click “Configure” and select the appropriate options for your configuration. Once you’ve done that, click “OK” to save your changes.
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