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Microsoft Azure Site-to-Site VPN with Palo Alto

Posted on 2016-10-27
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Hello Experts,

I'm trying to build a Microsoft Azure site-to-site vpn where the local end device is a Palo Alto Networks firewall.

I have been trying to follow the example shown here ....

https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/t5/Integration-Articles/Configuring-IKEv2-VPN-for-Microsoft-Azure-Environment/ta-p/60340

But I'm not having any luck establishing a connection.

Has anyone successfully established a connection with a Palo Alto firewall?

Kind regards

Carlton
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by:Member_2_7966113
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Hello Experts,

I have managed to establish a connection in Microsoft Azure, see image, however the Tunnel won't come up in Palo Alto, but IKE is up

( description contains 'IKEv2 child SA negotiation is failed as initiator, non-rekey. Failed SA: 64.187.124.5[500]-13.89.33.31[500] message id:0x00000107. Error code 111' )

Can someone please shed some light on the problem?

Cheers
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Istvan Kalmar earned 500 total points
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Check the routing table of devices between the firewalls.  A route table entry may need to be added or removed to provide proper network connectivity.
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Hi Istvan, Thanks for responding

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