How to Reset Microsoft Azure Point-to-Site VPN Tunnel

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Description: In this article, we will discuss a detailed stepwise method of how to reset a Point-to-Site VPN tunnel on Microsoft Azure. A VPN (Virtual Private Network) extends a private network across the public network to allow users to send and/or receive data to a private network over a public network. A VPN is created by establishing a virtual point-to-point connection through the use of dedicated circuits or with tunneling protocols over existing networks.

Refer to the article if you are looking to configure Microsoft Azure VPN “How to Configure Microsoft Azure VPN for Remote Connectivity

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Introduction

Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing platform operated by Microsoft for application management via data centers managed by Microsoft. It is generally known as Azure. Azure provides SaaS (Software as a Service), PaaS (Platform as a Service), and IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service).

Steps to Reset Connection

Step1: Login
Log in to the Azure portal using the username and password.

https://portal.azure.com

Step2: Search Connection
Search “Connection” and you would be able to see all the connections you have in Azure.

Microsoft_Azure_Connection

Step3: Select Connection
Select the connection you want to reset.

Step4: Reset
Follow the steps shown below in the image to reset the connection.

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Step5: Confirmation
Click “Reset” button to reset the connection.

The azure connection will be reset after this.

Steps to Reset Virtual Network Gateways

Step1: Search Virtual Network Gateways
Search “Virtual Network Gateway” and access all the gateways you have in Azure.

 microsoft_azure_virtual_network

Step2: Select Virtual Gateway
Select the gateway you want to reset.

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Step3: Reset
Follow the steps mentioned below in the image to reset the connection

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Step4: Confirmation
Click “Reset” button to reset the connection.

The virtual gateway has been reset.

Please remember resetting the connection or virtual gateway will lead to a disruption in services.

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