Configure OpenVPN for Point-to-Site VPN gateways
This article helps you set up OpenVPN® Protocol on Azure VPN Gateway. You can use either the portal, or the PowerShell instructions.
The article assumes that you already have a working point-to-site environment. If you don't, create one using one of the following methods. When creating your gateway, note that the Basic SKU does not support the OpenVPN tunnel type.
If you already have a VPN gateway, verify that it does not use the Basic SKU. The Basic SKU is not supported for OpenVPN. For more information about SKUs, see VPN Gateway configuration settings. To resize a Basic SKU, see Resize a legacy gateway.
In the portal, navigate to your Virtual network gateway -> Point-to-site configuration.
For Tunnel type, select OpenVPN (SSL) from the dropdown.
Save your changes and continue with Next steps.
Enable OpenVPN on your gateway using the following example, adjusting the values as necessary.
$gw = Get-AzVirtualNetworkGateway -ResourceGroupName TestRG1 -name VNet1GW Set-AzVirtualNetworkGateway -VirtualNetworkGateway $gw -VpnClientProtocol OpenVPN
Continue with Next steps.
To configure clients for OpenVPN, see Configure OpenVPN clients.
"OpenVPN" is a trademark of OpenVPN Inc.