To achieve the desired results we create a POC (proof of concept environment) that is composed of the following pieces.
In this post I will show how created that site to site IPsec tunnel to connect to a Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) hosted in Amazon Web Services (AWS) to a Virtual Network in Azure. Using this setup you can have workloads in one or both clouds with full VM to VM connectivity over a secure IPsec tunnel. This easily can provide connectivity for high availability operations, backup or (like in our case) migration between clouds.
In our case we selected a Windows 2012 R2 server as the end point of the tunnel on the AWS side mostly because it is a supported platform as a Azure VPN device for route-based VPN that did not add costs to our POC unlike other supported virtual appliances from the AWS marketplace that are supported as validated VPN devices on Azure.
let’s get started…
To see all the steps, please go to CANITPRO.
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