Getting Started with Network - Verify Network Peering With Network Watcher - in .Net

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上次更新时间:2017/11/30
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      Azure Network sample for enabling and updating network peering between two virtual networks

      Summary ...

      - This sample uses Azure Network Watcher's connectivity check to verify connectivity between
        two peered virtual networks.

      Details ...

      1. Define two virtual networks network "A" and network "B" with one subnet each

      2. Create two virtual machines, each within a separate network
        - The virtual machines currently must use a special extension to support Network Watcher
      3. Peer the networks...
        - the peering will initially have default settings:
        - each network's IP address spaces will be accessible from the other network
        - no traffic forwarding will be enabled between the networks
        - no gateway transit between one network and the other will be enabled

      4. Use Network Watcher to check connectivity between the virtual machines in different peering scenarios:
        - both virtual machines accessible to each other (bi-directional)
        - virtual machine A accessible to virtual machine B, but not the other way

Running this Sample

To run this sample:

Set the environment variable AZURE_AUTH_LOCATION with the full path for an auth file. See how to create an auth file.

git clone https://github.com/Azure-Samples/network-dotnet-use-network-watcher-to-check-connectivity.git

cd network-dotnet-use-network-watcher-to-check-connectivity

dotnet restore

dotnet run

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