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Microsoft Azure : Create VNet to VNet VPN Connection Step By Step Tutorial With Training Video.

This free step by step tutorial demonstrates how to create a VNet to VNet connection in Microsoft Azure Cloud ARM. We would be creating virtual network gateway connection between two different Virtual Networks VNet of different IP range, resource group and location so that all the VM's and other resources are accessible to each other. The virtual network can be from different subscriptions. We will create our First Test VNet in one resource group and location, then we will create a gateway subnet, public IP address and virtual network gateway for the first vnet. Later we will create our second test vnet with different ip range, resource group, location and then repeat the same procedure we did for first test vnet by creating gateway subnet, public IP address and virtual network gateway for second test vnet. Creation of both virtual network gateway for first and second test VNet will take time around 45 minutes for deployment to complete. Then we will create one virtual machine each in both the resource group and location using respective vnet. Since these two virtual machines are using different vnet of different IP range, resource group and location, they will not ping to each other and will not be accessible to each other over network. In order that both these VM's can be reachable over the network to each other, we will create a VNet to Vnet connection and once the connection is established we will login to these machines and try to ping each other to test our connection is successful. So now, lets see a free step by step install procedure to create a VNet to VNet VPN connection in Microsoft Azure Public Cloud Infrastructure using Azure Resource Manager ARM. 


Microsoft Azure Tutorial 15 Create VNet to VNet VPN Connection in Windows Azure RM Cloud
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Free Step by Step Install Procedure to Create VNet to VNet connection in Microsoft Windows Azure Cloud Infrastructure using Azure Resource Manager ARM web based user interface GUI.




Step 01 : Log in to Microsoft Azure New Portal Resource Manager ARM using below link




Step 02 : Click on Virtual Networks in the left panel.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 02 Click on Virtual Networks in Left Panel (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 03 : Click on create Virtual Networks as shown in the screenshot.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 03 Click on Create Virtual Networks (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 04 : Fill up new Virtual Network name, address space, subscription, resource group, location, subnet, address range and click on create.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 04 Type Vnet Name, IP, Select Subscription, other details and click on create (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 05 : New Virtual Network deployment is successful in Azure ARM.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 05 Azure Virtual Network Vnet Deployment is Successful (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 06 : Select newly created Virtual Network, click on subnets and then on add gateway subnet.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 06 Select created Azure Virtual Network, click on subnets and then select add gateway subnet (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 07 : Set the address range for new gateway subnet and click on OK.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 07 Add Gateway Subnet Details and Click on OK to Create (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 08 : Gateway Subnet added successfully for first test VNet in Azure ARM.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 08 Azure VNet Gateway Subnet added successfully  (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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 Step 09 : Now click on New and search for Public IP address and select it.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 09 Click on New in Left Panel and Search For public IP address and select it (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 10 : Click on create in Public IP Address window to proceed.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 10 Click on Create in public IP address window (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 11 : Fill up Public IP address name, basic SKU, IP Version IPv4, dynamic IP address assignment, dns name label, subscription, resource group, location and click on Create tab at the bottom.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 11 Fill up First Public IP required details and click on create (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 12 : Public IP address for first VNet created sucessfully.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 12 First Public IP created successfully (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 13 : Now click on New and search for Virtual Network Gateway and select it.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 13 Click on New & Search For Virtual Network Gateway and select it (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 14 : Click on create in Virtual network gateway window in Azure ARM.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 14 Click on Create in Virtual Network Gateway window (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 15 : Fill up Virtual Network Gateway Name, VPN Gateway Type, Route based VPN type, basic SKU, Virtual Network, Public IP address, subscription, resource group, location and click on create. This deployment will take around 30 to 45 minutes to complete.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 15 Fill up First Gateway Name, Vnet, Public IP other details and click on create (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 16 : Click on Virtual Networks in the left and click on add to create second test virtual network VNet. Fill up new Virtual Network name, address space, subscription, resource group, location, subnet, address range and click on create.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 16 Create second Vnet Type Vnet Name, IP, Select Subscription, other details and click on create (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 17 : Select created virtual network and click on subnets in the left and then click on add Gateway subnet as shown in the screenshot.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 17 Select Virtual Network and then select add gateway subnet (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 18 : Set the address range for new gateway subnet and click on OK.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 18 Add Gateway Subnet Details and Click on OK to Create (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 19 : Click on New in Left Panel and Search For public IP address and select it.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 19 Click on New in Left Panel and Search For public IP address and select it (www.cloudtutions.com)
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Step 20 : Fill up Public IP address name, basic SKU, IP Version IPv4, dynamic IP address assignment, dns name label, subscription, resource group, location and click on Create tab at the bottom.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 20 Fill up Second Public IP required details and click on create (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 21 : Now click on New and search for Virtual Network Gateway and select it.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 21 Click on New in Left Panel and Search For Virtual Network Gateway and select it (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 22 : Click on create in Virtual network gateway window in Azure ARM.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 22 Click on Create in Virtual Network Gateway window (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 23 : Fill up second Virtual Network Gateway Name, VPN Gateway Type, Route based VPN type, basic SKU, Virtual Network, Public IP address, subscription, resource group, location and click on create. This deployment will take around 30 to 45 minutes to complete.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 23 Fill up Second Gateway Name, Vnet, Public IP, other details and click on create (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 24 : Our both the Virtual Network Gateway deployment is in progress and will take around 45 minutes to complete. Lets create two different VM's and assign VNet1 and VNet2 respectively.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 24 Both The Virtual Network Gateway Provisioning in Progress and will take around 45 minutes. (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 25 : Click on Virtual Machines in Left Panel and click on Create Virtual Machines.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 25 Click on Virtual Machines on left panel and click on create virtual machines. (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 26 : Select Windows Server 2016 Image from Gallery and Click on Create.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 26 Select Windows Server 2016 Image from Gallery and Click on Create. (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 27 : Fill up First Virtual Machine Name, VM Disk TYpe HDD or SSD, login credentials, subscription, resource group, location and click on create.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 27 Fill up first VM name and resource group, location and click on ok (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 28 : Choose Hardware Size for the VM and click on select.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 28 Select VM hardware size and click on select (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 29 : Select HA, Storage, First Vnet, Subnet, First Public IP, NSG firewall, other details and click on OK.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 29 Select HA, First Vnet, First Public IP, other details and click on ok (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 30 : Wait for VM validation test to pass and click on purchase.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 30 Wait for VM validation test to pass and click on purchase (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 31 : Create Second Virtual Machine for second created vnet and gateway.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 31 Create Second Virtual Machine for second created vnet and gateway (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 32 : Wait for second VM to pass Validation test and click on purchase.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 32 Wait for second VM to pass Validation test and click on purchase (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 33 : Both VM deployed successfully and we will wait for both virtual network deployment to complete.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 33 Both VM deployed successfully and we will wait for both virtual network deployment to complete (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 34 : Click on New in Left Panel and Search For Connection and select it.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 34 Click on New in Left Panel and Search For Connection and select it (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 35 : Click on Create in Connection Window.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 35 Click on Create in Connection Window (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 36 : Select Connection Type as VNet to VNet, Resource Group, location and Click on OK.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 36 Select Connection Type as VNet to VNet, Resource Group, location and Click on OK (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 37 : Select Both VNET gateway, shared key and Click on OK.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 37 Select Both VNET gateway, shared key and Click on OK (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 38 : Validate and Review the VNet to VNet connection summary and Click on OK.



Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 38 Validate and Review the VNet to VNet connection summary and Click on OK (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 39 : VNet to VNet connection deployment is successful.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 39 VNet to VNet connection deployment is successful (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 40 : We are logged in to both VM's and we will disable windows firewall.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 40 We are logged in to both VM's and we will disable windows firewall (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 41 : We are able to ping both VM's in different VNet and region from each other.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 41 We are able to ping both VM's in different VNet and region from each other (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Step 42 : Thus we have successfully created VNet to VNet connection in Azure.


Microsoft Azure Training Snapshot 42 Thus we have successfully created VNet to VNet connection in Azure (www.cloudtuitions.com)
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Thus we have successfully created VNet to VNet VPN connection in Microsoft Azure ARM.



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