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How do I get my Vnet peered through Hub and Spoke to connect to AWS through the transit gateway?

I created a S2S VPN tunnel between AWS and Azure and on the Azure side I have a Hub and Spoke. 5 Vnets are peered to the Hub Vnet. 4 are able to communicate with AWS but 1 is unable. How can I address this?

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TchimwaSougang-3249 answered EmmanuelJaff-6074 commented

@EmmanuelJaff-6074, Thanks for your question. Please make sure you have that VNET address space listed on the Local Network Gateway attached to your VPN Connection

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Thank you so much

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The address space of the AWS VPC is listed on the LNG attached to the VPN connection. None of the address spaces of the 4 Vnets that are connecting properly is listed either

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You should add the address spaces of your Azure VNETs on the AWS side as well.

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Yes, did that already.

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Did you make sure your peering connections are well configured to use the remote gateway on the spoke site and to use the VPN as transit Gateway on the Hub side?

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