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Confusion on V-net peering

If I have 3 V-nets i.e V-net-1, V-net-2 & V-net-3
If I have done peering between
V-net-2 to V-net-1
V-net-3 to V-net-1

What is the way if, I have to establish connection between V-net-2 to V-net-3 without peering between these two.

Would Appreciate help

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AndreasBaumgarten answered sid-7401 commented

Hi @sid-7401 ,

there are two options:

  1. Create a peering between v-net-2 and v-net-3

  2. Add a NVA (Network Virtual Appliance) in v-net-1

Option 1 is fine if you have just a few vNetworks in your environment.
Option 2 might be the better option if you have a larger hub-and-spoke topology with a loot of spokes vNets

It is possible to use a virtual machine as an NVA device for routing. Perhaps this tutorial will be helpful:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/virtual-network/tutorial-create-route-table-portal


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Regards
Andreas Baumgarten

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