In this section, we will see how to configure peering between virtual networks.
- Right now, we have two virtual network that are setup to talk to each other over peering relationship.
- But, in previous example, we have actually setup global peering itself means virtual network setup in one region is talking to another region.
- Same peering relationship can be setup for the same region itself. Currently, we have three virtual networks as shown below.
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In this section, we are going to discuss how to connect between virtual networks.
- Its important to understand that how Azure implements security across virtual networks. By default, a machine which is one virtual network cannot communicate with a machine or any other resource on the other virtual network.
- Any storage resource can be communicated via public end points and associated keys. But, if you have associated your storage account to a private end point, on a virtual network, then you will find that virtual machine on another network cannot communicate with it.
- But, that doesn’t stop networking. We can actually setup peering relationship between the two networks.
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In this section, we are going to discuss below things about virtual networks.
- Virtual networking is the backbone which allows resources to talk to each other in different regions or in the same region.
- There are various techniques Microsoft is offering to allow us to do that.
- Let’s start by creating a virtual network. We can search in all services
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