Azure : VNet Peering

Introduction

We’ve talked about setting up VPN connections between VNets in the past… At the end of July, VNet peering entered “preview”. This one allows you to connect two VNets within the same region without the need for a gateway.

 

How does this look?

So let’s look at an example with several VNets ; Two in west europe and one in north europe.

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If we select on VNet (from West Europe), we’ll notice another option called “Peerings”.

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Press “Add” here, and you’ll be able to link another VNet in the same region.

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