Azure VNET to VNET Peering

1 Purpose of document
2 Create resource group for Virtual Network (VNET)
3 Create Virtual Network (VNET)
4 Create Network Security Group(NSG)
5 Assign NSG’s to Subnet’s
6 Add Inbound rule in NSG
7 Create VM’s in both RG’s
8 Connect both VM’s and allow Ping in Windows Firewall
9 VNET to VNET Peering
10 VNET Peering status
11 Connection established between VM’s (Check ping response)
12 End of Document

Azure Create VPN – Site to Site

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Scenario: Connect two Azure Tenants via Site to Site VPN

AzureTenant1

  1. Create Resource Group: NIRAJ1-RG1
  2. Create Virtual Network : NIRAJ1-VNET
  3. Create Gateway Subnet: 10.10.10.254/29
  4. Create Virtual Network Gateway NEERAJ1-GW1
  5. Create Local Network Gateway : Network-NEERAJ2 in Azure tenant 1
  6. Create Connection: Connect_To_NEERAJ2
  7. Verification: Once Azure Tenant 2 Connection configured status will change to Connected.
  8. Create VM with public IP
  9. Connect (Azure Site2) VM NEERAJ2VM1 from (Azure Site1) VM NEERAJ1VM1

AzureTenant2

  1. Create Resource Group: NIRAJ2-RG1
  2. Create Virtual Network: NIRAJ2-VNET1
  3. Create SubnetGateway: 20.20.20.254/29
  4. Create Virtual Network Gateway
  5. Create Local Network Gateway : Network-NEERAJ1 in Azure tenant 2
  6. Create Connection: Connect_To_NEERAJ1
  7. Verification: Once configured correctly status will change to “Connected”
  8. Create VM with public IP
  9. Connect to (Azure Site1) VM NEERAJ1VM1 from (Azure Site1) VM NEERAJ2VM1

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