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Multiple Azure VMWARE Solution Private Cloud

Hello Experts,

If I have multiple Azure VMWare Solution Private Cloud set up in a subscription how will these private cloud connect to each other?

So for instance if there is a VM A in Private Cloud 1 and another VM B in Private Cloud 2, how do they communicate with each other?

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prmanhas-MSFT answered SholaLawani-0401 commented

anonymous user I had discussion internally and below is the response I got from our internal team as below:

You will need to setup ExR Global Reach between both AVS to Azure ExpressRoute connections.
Late December a routing update was deployed that will allow routing between AVS SDDC’s when global reach is configured between both SDDC ExR connections.


Please not that (at least for now) it is important to always create/update/delete the global reach relationship from on side. Select one SDDC as the primary one for administering the GR connection.

Also we currently support the mentioned method for private clouds that reside in different regions.


If the PC’s are in the same region, that connectivity will be supported in March.

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anonymous user Apologies for the delay in response and all the inconvenience caused because of the issue.

You can provide connectivity to these two by making use of Services such as Azure ExpressRoute and VPN connections deliver the connectivity. These services require specific network address ranges and firewall ports for enabling the services.

You can refer to this for more information.

This article might be helpful as well.

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@prmanhas-MSFT thanks for the response, when you say ExpressRoute do I have to configure ExpressRoute Global Reach between the AVS Private Cloud?

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anonymous user ExpressRoute Global Reach is used to connect private clouds to on-premises environments. The connection requires a virtual network with an ExpressRoute circuit in your subscription.

The interconnectivity fulfills three of the primary use cases:

  • Inbound access to vCenter server and NSX-T manager that is accessible from VMs in your Azure subscription and not from your on-premises systems.

  • Outbound access from VMs to Azure services.

  • Inbound access and consumption of workloads running a private cloud

The above mentioned article will give you more insight around connectivity part.

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@prmanhas-MSFT thanks for the information. However my ask here is AVS<>AVS connectivity not AVS<>Onprem or AVS<>Azure

so how would we connect two AVSes together

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AlessioFerrario-2218 answered

Hi Samlaw
If you VPC are in the same region you should be able to connect it using "AVS Interconnect":

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[https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-vmware/connect-multiple-private-clouds-same-region?WT.mc_id=Portal-VMCP]

If your VPC are in different regions you have to use ExpressRoute Global Reach in the same way you connect your private cloud to your on-premises circuit.
Cheers
Alessio



[1]: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-vmware/connect-multiple-private-clouds-same-region?WT.mc_id=Portal-VMCP

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