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App Service and Virtual Network Gateway

Hi all,

I'm not sure about this :

Is it possible to connect an App Service to a policy based Virtual Network Gateway?
I can do bind the App to the vNET in the azure Portal but I was not able to access ressources...

I've found documentation for binding to the VNET through a Point-to-Site VPN with a route based Virtual Network Gateway - so what it the correct way for binding the App Service to vNET (the goal then is to connect the App to On Premise Ressources through Site-to-Site VPN).

Thank you for your help,

Thomas

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MalleswarReddy answered

Hi,

Please use App service environment to deploy App Services into VNet

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/app-service/environment/network-info

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Thomas6467-2882 answered MalleswarReddy commented

Hi,
Thank you for your reply, meanwhile the app is still deployed; is there an other way that using App Service Environnement?
BR
Thomas

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Hi,

You can move your apps from one plan to another plan.

1) Create App service Environment
2) Create App services with App service environment
3) Now, move your web apps to the above plan

Please go through the below link before you start this process
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/app-service/app-service-plan-manage

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