I have added one route per remote network. Note: Create one route per remote network. The example below only shows one network route, but as shown above, three routes were created since three networks need to communicate over the tunnel. Detailed route configuration: Destination: Remote network Address Object. Allow Automatic Access Rule creation for simplicity, or disable it for granularity.
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We may use any custom subnet. Then proceed to the area where we need to map the virtual network that would be the part of our configurations. Then we need to generate the public IP for the Gateway if we do not already have one. The resource group should be chosen from the existing resource group. Caution: Ensure that you choose the correct resource group in which you are creating the other associated resources falling in the same Azure location if your Azure tenant already has multiple resource groups.
This is important because the STS will only work if all your resources are in the same azure region under a single resource group. So please hold on and wait till the process gets over. Local Network Gateway - This area refers to the on-premises network where we will set the network subnet to access the resources of Azure virtual network.
We need to keep in mind here we can only add the subnet which has assigned to none of the VNet in Azure. One of the subnet Configure the on-promises VPN device - Now the configuration is needed in the on-premises VPN device and thereafter we will be able to add connection and build tunnel with Azure.
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