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AVR posted:
3 years ago
Let's learn VNet peering in Azure.

By default, there is communication between virtual machines in the same virtual network.

We need VNet peering to establish communication between virtual machines in different virtual networks (or) regions.

Log in to the Azure portal at portal.azure.com
Create two Virtual networks in different regions
Go to any one of the two Virtual Networks, select Peerings under Settings, and then select Add.
Configuring the peering for the two virtual networks and select, Add.

This virtual network:
Remote virtual network:

Once the PEERING STATUS is showing as Connected,

Connect anyone of VM and then try to ping the Public IP of the second Virtual Machine to test the peering.

If you have any other comments or suggestions regarding this, please feel free to leave a comment below.

Happy Learning
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Posted in: Azure | ID: Q72 |
August 29, 2021, 04:25 AM | 0 Replies