#3 – Create P2S VPN Gateway


 

This post is Part #3 of the:

Windows Azure Monitoring over P2S VPN using System Center 2012 Operations Manager

Available here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/manageabilityguys/archive/2013/11/05/windows-azure-infrastructure-as-a-service-iaas-point-to-site-p2s-test-vpn-setup-virtual-machine-monitoring-over-p2s-vpn-by-using-system-center-2012-operations-manager.aspx

   

Please make sure you read previous post(s) beforehand.

   

Link to previous part:

#2 - Create, Export and Upload P2S VPN Root Certificate

 

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To enable the Cross-Premises communication for the P2S VPN we'll now have to setup its Gateway.

This post guides you through those steps.

   

To create the Gateway, login to the Windows Azure Management Portal.

   

After you have selected Virtual Networks > p2s-network-1 > Dashboard.

   

Click + Create Gateway on the bottom ribbon:

   

   

Click Yes to create the Gateway:

   

   

You should then be able to see the "Creating Gateway" message on the virtual network:

   

   

   

Note: Allow around 30 minutes for Windows Azure to create the Gateway.

   

In the meantime you can proceed to part #4:

 

#4 - Create Virtual Machine in the P2S VPN Network Availability Group 

 

 

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