Learn Azure Site to Site VPN On-Premises to Azure

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many organizations have started to adopt a hybrid approach, where they maintain a mix of on-premises and cloud resources. Microsoft Azure's Site-to-Site VPN is a powerful solution that enables secure and seamless connectivity between your on-premises network and an Azure Virtual Network (VNet).
Azure Site-to-Site VPN and the steps to set it up.
What is Azure Site-to-Site VPN?
Azure Site-to-Site VPN is a service that allows you to create a secure and private connection between your on-premises network and an Azure VNet over an encrypted IPsec/IKE (IKEv1 or IKEv2) VPN tunnel. This connection allows your on-premises resources to communicate with Azure resources as if they were part of the same local network.
To establish a Site-to-Site VPN connection in Azure, you need the following:
An Azure Virtual Network (VNet) with a defined address space.
A compatible VPN device on-premises with a public IP address.
A Local Network Gateway representing your on-premises network.
A Virtual Network Gateway associated with your Azure VNet.

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Setup guide how to configure Azure site-to-site VPN on-premise to Azure  




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