Integrating on-premises network with an Azure Virtual Network
- Before understanding how to do this in Azure Lets look at site-to-site vpn connection in general
- Basic Site to VPN
- If we want to create a Site-to-Site VPN Connection between the on-premises and Azure VNet, we need to create Local and Virtual Network Gateways.
- Each Virtual Network can have only once virtual network Gateways. But One virtual network gateway can be used to configure multiple VPN Connections
- Lets create a vnet in Azure with cidr range of 10.200.0.0/16
- The local network gateway is a specific object that represent the on-premises location (the site) for routing purposes.
- We generally specify the ip address of the on-premise VPN device to which you will create a connection. We can also specify ip address prefixes located on-premises.
- The Virtual Network Gateway uses specific subnet called as
- The gateway subnet is part of the virtual network ip address range of vnet. It is recommended to create a gateway subnet that uses /27 or /28
- The activity which we would be doing will be around