We presently have an Azure VPN that connects to our Azure-based infrastructure (10.3.x.x.), and a site-to-site VPN that connects back to our physical office (10.1.x.x). We're looking to replace our Remote Desktop Gateway at the physical office, and instead use the single VPN connection to access both IP ranges. Not sure if this is possible with Azure, so figured I'd ask the gurus here.
We already have connectivity from the Azure environment to the physical office via a Site to Site VPN, and that part works, so I think what I'm needing here is a way for the client machine to understand that the 10.1.x.x traffic should also be routed via the VPN and then use the existing tunnel. In case I explained that poorly, I can connect to the Azure VPN and onto a server in Azure (10.3.x.x), and then from there remote desktop to a machine at the physical office (10.1.x.x), but ideally I want to connect directly through the VPN without logging onto the Azure-based server.
Maybe not possible in Azure, but it would mean we only need a single VPN for our users so it's the ideal approach.
Anybody have experience with this, and if so, can you point me to any configuration docs / assistance?
Any insight / ideas / suggestions are appreciated.