Use network watcher to check connectivity between virtual machines in peered networks
Azure Network sample for enabling and updating network peering between two virtual networks Summary ...
- This sample uses Azure Network Watcher's connectivity check to verify connectivity between two peered virtual networks. Details ...
- Define two virtual networks network "A" and network "B" with one subnet each
- Create two virtual machines, each within a separate network
- The virtual machines currently must use a special extension to support Network Watcher
- Peer the networks...
- the peering will initially have default settings:
- each network's IP address spaces will be accessible from the other network
- no traffic forwarding will be enabled between the networks
- no gateway transit between one network and the other will be enabled
- Use Network Watcher to check connectivity between the virtual machines in different peering scenarios:
- both virtual machines accessible to each other (bi-directional)
- virtual machine A accessible to virtual machine B, but not the other way
Running this Sample
To run this sample:
Set the environment variable
AZURE_AUTH_LOCATION with the full path for an auth file. See how to create an auth file.
git clone https://github.com/Azure-Samples/network-dotnet-use-network-watcher-to-check-connectivity.git cd network-dotnet-use-network-watcher-to-check-connectivity dotnet build bin\Debug\net452\VerifyNetworkPeeringWithNetworkWatcher.exe