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Azure NAT Gateway pricing

Simplify outbound internet connectivity for virtual networks

NAT Gateway is a fully managed service that securely routes internet traffic from a private virtual network with enterprise-grade performance and low latency. NAT Gateway provides built-in high availability using software-defined networking. Easily configure, scale and deploy outbound connectivity for dynamic workloads with NAT Gateway.

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NAT Gateway

NAT Gateway is a top-level resource to allow customers to simplify outbound connectivity for a virtual network at a per subnet level. Customers can choose to declare one or more frontend IP addresses and select individual subnets of a single virtual network. NAT Gateway replaces the default Internet destination in the virtual network’s routing table for the subnets identified by the customer and begins managing outbound SNAT flows for all outbound and return flows from the selected subnets.

Billing starts when the resource is created.

Resource Hours $- per hour
Data Processed $- per GB

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  • For Global VNET Peering pricing will differ based on the zone your VNETs are in.

  • No, there is no charge for data transfer within a virtual network

  • No, you pay for other resources as you normally would. Neither VNET Peering, nor Global VNET peering impose any compute charges.

  • VNET Peering is billed based on the ingress and egress data being transferred from one VNET to another.

    Global Peering, like VNET peering, is billed based on ingress and egress data transfer. However, the pricing differs based on the zone the region is in.

  • A sub-region is the lowest level geo-location that you may select to deploy your applications and associated data. For data transfers (except CDN), the following regions correspond to Zone 1, Zone 2, and Zone 3:

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    Zone 2—

    Zone 3—

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