Newly Created subnets applied to VNet - are we exposed?

Nina G 46 Reputation points

In Azure, under Virtual Networks>company-vnet>Subnets we created 2 subnets (Subnet A and Subnet B). Still in company-vnet, under Address space, we then added those 2 newly created subnets to our company-vnet. These are not attached to any NSGs currently. These subnets are also attached to a storage account.

The question is, are these 2 newly created vnets exposed to the public?

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An Azure networking service that is used to provision private networks and optionally to connect to on-premises datacenters.
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  1. Sreeju Nair 12,026 Reputation points

    Based on your question, you added subnets under a Vnet, then Azure routes network traffic between all subnets in a virtual network, by default. So by default, the subnets are exposed to the public depends on whether you assigned public IP to it.

    Hope this helps

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