Unable to ping or RDP to Server in different Virtual Network

Ben 1 Reputation point
2022-05-05T12:04:34.867+00:00

Created VPN between two Virtual Networks Gateways and connected them via VPN.

But unable to ping or RDP between servers in the different Virtual Networks.

10.0.05 -> 10.3.1.6

The Connection is showing connected for the VNET to VNET VPN.

Also unable to ping the servers in the 10.3.1.6 network with the point to site VPN users, even thou the routes are shown in the VPN.

Thanks for any help!

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  1. Takahito Iwasa 4,841 Reputation points MVP
    2022-05-05T20:51:18.837+00:00

    Hi, @Ben

    You should check the network security group (NSG) that applies to the virtual machine's NIC and subnet.
    Is ICMP or RDP allowed?

    Also, when doing ICMP to a Windows server, it is necessary to allow ICMP in the firewall of the OS.

    https://www.syuheiuda.com/?p=5050

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