Connect two Virtual Networks together (VNet Peering)


Azure VNet peering is a quick way to connect two Vnets together. In this post I’ll demonstrate how this can be achieved.

Virtual Network Peering

If you have two VNets in distinct regions (UK and USA) you can connect them using VNet peering so that resources across networks can be shared.

In this example, I have two networks:

  1. UK
  2. USA

By creating a peering in the UK VNet, a peering is also created in the USA network.

At this point you can ping both machines, share resources etc.

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