Inter-site Connectivity in Azure

  • Once peered, the virtual networks appear as one, for connectivity purposes.
  • Traffic remains private between VNet, it’s kept on Microsoft’s backbone network.
  • Regional Vnet peering connects Azure virtual networks in the same region.
  • Global Vnet peering connects Azure virtual networks in different regions.
  • Branch connectivity (via connectivity automation from Virtual WAN Partner devices such as SD-WAN or VPN CPE).
  • Site-to-site VPN connectivity.
  • Remote user VPN connectivity (point-to-site).
  • Private connectivity (ExpressRoute).
  • Intra-cloud connectivity (transitive connectivity for virtual networks).
  • VPN ExpressRoute inter-connectivity.
  • Routing, Azure Firewall, and encryption for private connectivity.

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Mohd Mubin Girach

Mohd Mubin Girach

Technology Enthusiast | Cloud & DevOps Engineer | Cyber Security Researcher