Create the VNet1 gateway
Configure the VNet1 gateway connection
This article shows you how to connect VNets by using the VNet-to-VNet connection type. When you follow these steps as an exercise, you can use the following example settings values. In the example, the virtual networks are in the same subscription, but in different resource groups. If your VNets are in different subscriptions, you can't create the connection in the portal. Use PowerShell or CLI instead. For more information about VNet-to-VNet connections, see VNet-to-VNet FAQ.
If you already have a VNet, verify that the settings are compatible with your VPN gateway desig
When using a virtual network as part of a cross-premises architecture, be sure to coordinate with your on-premises network administrator to carve out an IP address range that you can use specifically for this virtual network.
Add additional connections
or create an IPsec Site-to-Site connection to an on-premises location
. When you follow the Site-to-Site IPsec steps, you create and configure the local network gateways manually
The local network gateway for each VNet treats the other VNet as a local site