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Hello experts,
I have a vpn connection between my firewall and microsoft azure.
We switched network so I need to change the configuration for the vpn.
Is it possible (and if yes how?) to change in azure the public ip address of my on premises network so I don't have to change the existing connection?

Thanks
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Pete Long earned 500 total points
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You will need to change the Peer IP in Azure.
Microsoft Azure To Cisco ASA Site to Site VPN

Assuming of course you have to changed your public IP on the ASA

Pete
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Hi Pete and thanks for your help, the problem is that I cannot find how to change it
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