Azure P2S VPN not providing Static public Ip after connecting

kaushik duddukuri 6 Reputation points

After connecting to Azure P2S VPN I am still seeing my ISP Public IP instead of Azure VPN static Public IP. How to configure this so that all the traffic will be routed through Azure Vnet instead of each individual's personal ISP.

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  1. suvasara-MSFT 10,026 Reputation points

    @kaushik duddukuri , Here is a similar question about forced tunneling. Do refer and let us know if you still need any help with this.
    but if you are looking for a forward proxy to internet from Azure P2S then it is not possible today.


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  2. GitaraniSharma-MSFT 49,356 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    Hello ,

    Forced tunneling is generally not supported for Azure P2S VPN unless you use Azure Firewall Manager. If you secure internet traffic via Firewall Manager, you can advertise the route to your VPN clients. This makes your clients send all internet bound traffic to Azure for inspection. Then, firewall SNATs the packet to the PIP of Azure Firewall for egress to Internet.

    Please note that to advertise route to your VPN clients, you need to break them into two smaller subnets and as mentioned in the below document:
    Refer :

    You have deploy a secured virtual hub with firewall manager and add the P2S VPN Gateway to allow your egress traffic that will be controlled by a firewall policy.
    Refer :

    You can refer the below doc which explains how to configure forced tunneling for Virtual WAN Point-to-site VPN and take inputs on the configuration:

    Another reference for you:

    Kindly let us know if the above helps or you need further assistance on this issue.


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  3. Luis Rodriguez 6,201 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    Hello @kaushik duddukuri

    Welcome to Microsoft Q&A Platform,

    This seems related to a configuration issue, what's the VPN client address pool configured? Did this worked before properly?

    I would suggest go through the public doc carefully to make sure that the settings are correct:

    I hope this helps!


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