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Virtual Network Peering In Azure






Purpose





Types Of Peering


  1. Virtual network peering → This type of virtual network peering creates peering between the virtual network within the same Azure region.
  2. Global virtual network peering → This type of virtual network peering creates peering between the virtual network across Azure regions.

Creating Resources




Picture showing address spaces of two virtual networks

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Picture showing two virtual machines mapped to two different virtual networks

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Accessing One Virtual Machine From Other




Picture showing the error message when one virtual machine is trying to access second virtual machine by using the private IP address without peering

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Virtual Network Peering Comes Into Picture




  1. Go to the "Peerings" submenu in any of the virtual networks. For this example, I am working on "vNet1".
  2. Click on the "+ Add" button.
  3. Picture showing the add button for adding the new peering between the virtual machines

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  4. A screen will appear to enter the information.
  5. Picture showing the add peering screen in Azure

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  6. Enter the required information and click on the "Add" button.
  7. Once the button is clicked, 2 virtual network peering resources will be created (one for each virtual network).
  8. Picture showing the notification while adding the peering in both the virtual networks

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Output




Picture showing the IIS home page when one virtual machine is trying to access second virtual machine by using the private IP address after peering is done

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Posted By  -  Karan Gupta
 
Posted On  -  Saturday, May 8, 2021
 
Updated On  -  Sunday, September 26, 2021

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