Adding another vnet to a point to site vpn connection already configured

Sharyn Schmidt 241 Reputation points
2022-04-12T17:40:18.5+00:00

Hi. With a lot of help from @GitaraniSharma-MSFT I have managed to configure a point to site azure vpn gateway/connection. I have connected the gateway to the vnet our users needed access to.

Now, come to find out, there is another vnet that users needs access to, except it's just one machine.

My question is, can I add another vnet in a different resource group to my already configured point to site configuration?

Here is the best I can draw without any tools! lol

Current situation using azure private ip:

laptop ----Point to site VPN gateway1 connection--------vnet1

Desired situation using azure private ip:

laptop------Point to site vpn gateway1 connection------vnet1-------vnet2 OR single VM within vnet2

So, once I'm connected to my vpn gateway1 connection , I also want to be able to connect to vnet1 AND vnet 2 using the same vpngateway1.

Suggestions on how to accomplish this? I was thinking a vnet to vnet gateway between vnet1 and vnet2. Will that allow me to get to my resource on vnet2 through the original point to site connection currently in use?

Thanks in advance!
Sharyn

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Azure VPN Gateway
An Azure service that enables the connection of on-premises networks to Azure through site-to-site virtual private networks.
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  1. Martin Meiner Tästensen 456 Reputation points
    2022-04-12T18:55:23.623+00:00

    It should be enough to just create a peering between vnet 1 and vnet 2.

    In the configuration of the peering you can choose to allow vnet 2 to use the gateway in vnet 1, and unless you have created an alternative route in vnet 2 (which i assume you haven't) then that should pretty much work out of the box


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