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How to implement the Azure Forced Tunneling via S2S VPN
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add-azrouteconfig Azure PowerShell Connect-AzAccount Get-AzLocalNetworkGateway
Hi, As you know, by default, resources deployed to an Azure virtual network that need access to the Internet will use the system-defined default routes to use the Azure backbone. Forced tunneling allows you to redirect all Internet-bound traffic to your on-premise location through a site-to-site VPN tunnel, thus allowing you to manage, inspect, and audit outgoing traffic on your Azure network.
How to deploy a VPN S2S in an existing VNet
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Add-AzVirtualNetworkSubnetConfig Azure PowerShell Connect-AzAccount Get-AzLocalNetworkGateway
Some time ago, I wrote a post showing how to deploy an Azure VPN S2S (site-to-site) from scratch. But this time, I will use the new PowerShell Az module and show you how to deploy it in an existing Azure virtual network.