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Enable traffic between vnets to access external vpn connected sites.

Have a vnet1 set up in Azure with gateway and VM, which has software to control access to remote sites which are configured/connected via ipsec vpn. Have reached the 30 connection limit and still have 8 sites left to connect. Have created a second vnet2 complete with gateway, successfully connected the remaining sites and set up a peer connection between the two vnets.  However, the VM in vnet1 cannot communicate with the remote sites connected to vnet2.

Not sure what additional steps are required to allow communication?

Thanks.

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8/22/2022 - Mon
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Thanks for adding the topics David.
Arne - Thanks for this. I did look at the transit option but as I understood it I would still have the 30 connection limit as transit allow peered vnets to use the same gateway. When first spec'd we were told an absolute maximum of 25 connections hence the gateway option. I will look in to the virtual WAN option first and if all else fails create a 2nd VM in the 2nd vnet (easier/quicker than re-configuring 30 connections). Thanks. 
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