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Connect Multiple Virtual Networks with Azure Virtual WAN
In this hands-on lab, you are working as an Azure network engineer for Fast Runner, a company that develops specialized running applications. You’ve been asked to connect multiple virtual networks with Azure Virtual WAN. You’ll use Azure Virtual WAN to connect 2 virtual networks together and provide connectivity between virtual machines.
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Create an Azure Virtual WAN
Deploy a virtual WAN in the same region as the other resources.
Create a Virtual Hub Inside of the Azure Virtual WAN
Create a virtual hub with an address range of 10.2.0.0/16.
Note: The virtual hub can take a while to deploy and provision, up to 30 minutes! Be prepared for a bit of a wait.
Connect the Virtual Networks to the Virtual WAN
Connect the virtual networks to the virtual hub, setting the Associate Route Table option to Default and leaving all other settings as they are for each VNet.
Test Connectivity Between the VMs
Log in to the user virtual machine via remote desktop with the credentials provided on the lab page and test if you can ping the server virtual machine using its IP address.
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