I have a VM in azure I like to use for development. I built it with 2 NICs in hopes that I could have two public IP addresses, but that doesn't look possible in azure. When I connect to our corporate VPN using Juniper Network Connect 8.0 my RDP connection is lost and I have to reboot the VM through the azure portal to access it again. Does anyone have any ideas how this can be accomplished? Thanks!

  • Clarify, what You connetc to corporate VPN, Your Workstation? If yes, Your external IP (ip-adress.eu) changed when You connected to VPN? – Mikhail Moskalev Jul 23 '16 at 17:43

Actually, this issue is not related to Azure. The root cause of this issue is that the default gateway has been changed when we establish a VPN connection.

Please follow the steps below to resolve your issue:

  1. Configure your VPN client to don't use VPN server as default gateway.
  2. Add some static route entries to make sure that the client is able to access the subnets behind the VPN server.

You can check your public IP Address with What is my IP as well.

  • How does this answer the question? – Pierre.Vriens Jan 3 '18 at 8:43

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