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PART 6.1: CONFIGURING ROUTING AND REMOTE ACCESS SERVER DEMAND-DIAL (MICROSOFT RRAS AZURE VPN)

October 11, 2016 10:50PM

This one is interesting step by step document to configure Remote Access VPN on Windows server. In earlier chapter I installed Remote Access role using Server manager, On the same server manager in the Tools menu, select Routing and Remote access. It will open MMC console for RRAS.Server manager configure remote access for microsoft azure vpn, RRAS

Once RRAS console is open right click on the server hostname and click Configure and Enable Routing and Remote Access. Routing and remote access enable and configure vpn microsoft azure

It start the wizard, On the configuration page select Secure connection between two private networks, It can be used to connection this network to a remote network, such as a branch office as well.  routing and remote access server setup wizard azure vpn connection setup

Next screen shows to create Demand-Dial connections to access Remote networks, keep the default yes and press next. Once this wizard is finished it will open another wizard to configure Demand-Dial connection.

routing and remote access server setup wizard deman-dial connections

After clicking next, select the IP Address Assignment, and it will be Automatically taken from DHCP. Generally this option is for point to point client setup, but and I will keep it default. Click finish to end RRAS wizard.

RRAS setup wizard create secure vpn connection private network IP assignment

After finishing Routing and Remote Access server setup wizard finished new Demand-Dial interface wizard opens, Provide this interface some name, I have provided name Azure connection and click next.  RRAS, Demand-Dial Interface Wizard, interface name vpn azure connection

Next click on connect using virtual private networking (VPN). On the next screen VPN type is important and select IKEv2. IKEv2 is used in Azure RouteBased and Standard or High Performance VPN gateway, this is one of the IPSec VPN protocol. (When setting up RRAS server for VPN connection only Route-Based Gateway is supported.)

Azure VPN Demand-Dial Interface wizard, connect using virtual private networking IKEv2 vpn protocol

Packets will route through this virtual Demand-dial interface.

Azure VPN Demand-Dial Protocol and Security Route IP packets RRAS

Static Routes for Remote Networks is crucial setting. Click Add and enter Remote network (Azure virtual network subnet).

RRAS server demand-dial, static routes for remote networks azure vpn gateway

Below setting is not required and I will leave it blank, and Finish the wizard. In this article RRAS server wizards are fully deployed, In the next next blog I will be completing remaining VPN configuration.

Demand-Dial Interface wizard azure VPN network shared key

PART 1 : MICROSOFT AZURE CREATION AND CONFIGURATION OF VPN TUNNEL SERIES
PART 2 : MICROSOFT AZURE CREATING RESOURCE GROUP 
PART 3 : MICROSOFT AZURE CREATING AND ADMINISTERING VIRTUAL NETWORK (VNET)
PART 3.1 : MICROSOFT AZURE POWERSHELL CREATING AND ADMINISTERING VIRTUAL NETWORK (VNET)
PART 4 : MICROSOFT AZURE CREATING AND ADMINISTRATING LOCAL NETWORK GATEWAY VPN
PART 4.1 : MICROSOFT AZURE POWERSHELL CREATING AND ADMINISTRATING LOCAL NETWORK GATEWAY 
PART 5: VIRTUAL NETWORK GATEWAY DEPLOYMENT ON MICROSOFT AZURE
PART 5.1: VIRTUAL NETWORK GATEWAY DEPLOYMENT USING MICROSOFT AZURE POWERSHELL
PART 6: INSTALLING ROUTING AND REMOTE ACCESS SERVER ROLE (MICROSOFT RRAS)
PART 6.1: CONFIGURING ROUTING AND REMOTE ACCESS SERVER DEMAND-DIAL (MICROSOFT RRAS AZURE VPN)
PART 6.2: CONFIGURING ROUTING AND REMOTE ACCESS SERVER ROUTER (MICROSOFT RRAS AZURE VPN)
PART 7: MICROSOFT AZURE CREATE CONNECTION IN VIRTUAL NETWORK GATEWAY
PART 7.1: MICROSOFT AZURE POWERSHELL VPN CONNECTION IN VIRTUAL NETWORK GATEWAY
PART 8: MICROSOFT AZURE ARM AND POWERSHELL CREATING AND MANAGING STORAGE ACCOUNT
PART 9: CREATING AND MANAGING VIRTUAL MACHINE (VM) USING MICROSOFT AZURE RESOURCE MANAGER PORTAL

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