Site to Site VPN from Azure virtual network gateway to AWS virtual private Gateway

Pelaez, Marcia 1 Reputation point
2021-07-13T18:09:24.25+00:00

Hello, I have successfully configured a Site to Site VPN from Azure virtual network gateway to AWS virtual private Gateway.
The connections are up and running as shown in the images but If I try to ping a VM from Azure to AWS and vice versa there is no connection.
I have created the routing tables from both sides but there is no connectivity inside Windows. The security groups and firewalls allow traffic.
Any idea?
Thank you114254-aws1.png114255-azure2.png114276-ping.png

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Azure Virtual Network
An Azure networking service that is used to provision private networks and optionally to connect to on-premises datacenters.
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  1. Pelaez, Marcia 1 Reputation point
    2021-07-15T22:21:54.377+00:00

    Hello SaiKishor-MSFT,

    I have tried what you suggested. The firewall is down from both sides, and for testing purposes, I'm allowing all traffic from both sides in the Security groups. I have tried the VPN troubleshooter as you suggested but the result shows the VPN Gateway and connections healthy as seen on the screen..
    Also, I repeated the whole lab leaving all objects in East US (Azure and AWS) because at the beginning I was using Central Canada for Azure
    I think that if the tunnel is up and running I'm facing a problem with the routing ... I'm following AWS and Azure docs but maybe this is the part that has the issue

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