Allow S2S VPNs from multiple sites to one Virtual Network
Allow connection to VPN from multiple sites even from sites which are on Dynamic IP addressed to use azure as central site and others a branch offices
As well as allow the possibility of windows machines with direct access to connect to azure VPN
We have announced the general availability of the Multi-Site VPNs (or Multiple S2S VPNs) in TechEd 2014. A quick start page is available on the configuration:
Please let us know if you have any questions.
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i gone through same article but alway one vpn is active,... but want all vpn's active at all time... no need to select the manual option ( Network -> Virtual netwotk-> configure -> Site to site connectiivity. One more thing is i configured thre site different on permi through static gateway option,,, Please help us
hi i have implemented the site to site VPN ( three VPN's ) from azure to on perm, but every time only vpn is active ( that is also when i selcted one VPN and that VPN is active ).. Please let me know i need to three vpns
Is there any limitations on Multi S2S vpn? would i be able to run x amont of subscribtions all connected to azure?
great!!!!! thanks a lot.
I'm disappointed that this isn't an available option. This makes it impossible for me to integrate Azure into our distributed architecture and makes the product almost useless for increasing availability and failover capability. We can't use this product as it stands now and will be looking for other providers.
I was totally flabbergasted that this still was not possible.
Emmanuel KERHOZ commented
We need multi-sites multiple connections.
Nick Gatt commented
To be considered a true cloud alternative to the typical servers in the server room configuration, multiple site-to-site VPN tunnels must be possible. My firewalls in the late 1990s supported this so Why one of the biggest cloud providers on the planet fails to provide this at this time is quite beyond belief.
Right now, I would be happy with the ability to have 25 site-to-site VPN tunnels but as every company has different requirements, there shouldn't really be a ceiling limit.
Michael Gearhardt commented
Any news on timelines for this?
Super important if Azure is going to be true cloud solution...
A must add! Almost useless without it.
This is a very important feature to be added to Azure.
This is so important a lot of our choices to use azure depend on this technology
Azure must have Mutiple SITE TO SITE ASAP - it is really a MUST option
and IAAS supplier must have this option.
its actualy doesnt allow me to connect at least 10 branches
also you must allow Connectivity between diffrent Azure VNET ( on the same subscription to start )
We need the S2S and P2S enables Azure to service the market need to consolidate infrastructure for many clients on nationally an dinternationaly
Curt Nordin commented
Is this status change related to the new ExpressRoute options announced yesterday, or are you working on a multi-site-to-site solution within Azure?
I argued against Azure for just this reason.
This is a MUST HAVE feature. Please add it as soon as possible.
So this was mentioned in May of last year as an item that the Azure product team knew customers wanted and that they were working on it (see msdn channel at 8:02 http://channel9.msdn.com/Shows/Edge/Edge-Show-64-Windows-Azure-Point-to-Site-VPN)
How has this not been added by this point? Rolling up to a year from that video's publish date!!