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vpn ipsec site to site azure to fortigate 800C

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I have just created the vpn by following document but cant bring up the tunnel , its throwing ipsec phase 1 error in logs

http://docs.fortinet.com/uploaded/files/2068/IPsec-VPN-Azure.pdf
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you may want to check out the phase 1 and phase 2 preshared secret setting to make it simpler first to ensure tunnel can be setup via the dynamic routing gateway. Will also need a Fortigate policy which allows internal traffic to Azure and a policy for reverse http://www.burkard.it/2013/09/create-site-to-site-vpn-with-fortigate-to-microsoft-azure/
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Option is shared in last post for consideration, pl.
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As per advice.
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