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How to connect to an Azure VPN from a Cisco ISR that has a NATed cellular connection to the internet

Hi legends,

I'm trying to figure out a way to connect a Cisco router that has a cellular connection to connect to a Site-to-Site Azure VPN. The router is on a moving vehicle and the cellular connection is behind a NAT and does not have a public IP.

All the Site-to-Site configs require a public IP on both Azure and the remote router to work. What would be the best way to get this connected to my Azure gateway with the setup I have now?

Thanks in advance!

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TchimwaSougang-3249 answered

@NadeeshSam-6263 Thank you for your question. Honestly, you need a public IP address to be able to get a S2S connection with Azure. Now with your case, scenario, it will be better to contact Cisco Support to see what your options are as they are the third party involved in your current configuration.

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