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P2S (Point to site) connection on Azure Virtual WAN Part 3



13. Keep the file handy. This is the rootcertificate.cer file containing the hash that you’ll copy onto the User VPN configuration on your Azure Public Certificate field as shown on the image below. The same hash will be used on the vpnconfig.ovpn file that needs to be configured for your OpenVPN client.

14.Now in Azure portal, go to virtual wan and then select user vpn configuration.

15.Now create in user vpn configuration.

16.Type the name of the configuration and then in tunnel type select Open VPN and Ikev2.

17.Then go to azure certification tab and select yes.

18.Then give root certificate name as P2Srootuser and the public certificate data that we get form exported Public cert in previous steps.

19.Then click on review and create and then click on create.

20.Once the configuration is created you will able to see it in user vpn config section.

21.Now again go to Hubs and open the created HUB.

22.Now go to USER VPN (Point to Site) and then click on create user vpn gateway.

23.Select Gateway scale unit as per requirement. Select Newly created user vpn configuration in point to site configuration section and then enter the Ip address range used to assign during vpn connection.

We have taken as Ip address range. And then click on create.

24.Once VPN is deployed you will able to see the following details.

25.Now again go to virtual wan and then user vpn configurations.

26.And the download the virtual wan user VPN profile.

27.Select EAPTLS and then click on generate and download the profile.

28.Now to connect point to the site. Login to you want to connect, here we will be using a window virtual machine for demonstration.

29.Now copy the downloaded and P2S ChildCert to the VM.

30.The install the P2sChildCert in the VM.


31.The extract the config file and run the desired client setup.

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