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IP Flow Verify Tool Of The Network Watcher In Azure






Purpose





Check The Communication Between The Virtual Machines




Picture showing the diagram that shows the arrangement of virtual machines inside the different subnets of the same virtual network

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Picture showing the list of virtual machines in different subnets of the virtual network in the Azure portal

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Picture showing the inbound port rules that are common to all three virtual machines in the Azure portal

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  1. Can "VM1" and "VM2" communicate? Answer: Yes, because
    1. Both the virtual machines are in the same virtual network.
    2. Rule no 65000 i.e. "AllowVNetInbound" is enabled.
  2. Can "VM1" and "VM3" communicate? Answer: No, because
    1. Both the virtual machines are on different networks.
    2. There is no peering between the virtual networks.
    3. Rule no 65500 i.e. "DenyAllInbound" is enabled.



IP Flow Verify Tool




Picture showing the network watcher in the search menu

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Picture showing the IP flow verify screen inside the network watcher

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Picture showing the section of the screen to check the connection between the 2 virtual machines

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Picture showing the section of screen to check the connection between vm2 and vm3

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Posted By  -  Karan Gupta
 
Posted On  -  Saturday, May 8, 2021

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