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#1 A. Remili

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Posted 26 September 2017 - 11:30 AM

Hello there,

 

I'm trying to create routes for the VPN althought it's working fine on one subnet or may I say Resource group but I can't make it communicate with the others.
I have 3 subnets, Iam using westeurope for production purposes and eastUS for pre-production with a network 40.40.0.0/16 and 40.41.0.0/ respectively.

My question is how can I access to these using the Barracuda VPN, Im not that good with Azure. What I understand is that we install it on one resource group but I can't see a way to connect or link it to the other resource groupe.

 

any help or suggestion would be much appreciated.

 

cheers



#2 Bartek Moczulski

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Posted 11 October 2017 - 03:34 AM

hi,

resource groups in Azure are only a logical groupings for managing resources. They have nothing to do with network connectivity. VNets, on the other had, are the main building blocks for networking. VNets do not allow any communication between each other by default, so if you want to use NGF in one VNet to gain access to VMs in another VNet, you need to use peering or Azure-to-NGF VPN (or deploy second NGF).



#3 A. Remili

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Posted 26 October 2017 - 11:12 AM

Thanks for your answer 

I've been looking into it 

 

 

cheers