Tutorial: Route network traffic with a route table using the Azure portal

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Tutorial focusing on routing between subnets in Azure cloud. Azure routes traffic between all subnets within a virtual network, by default. You can create your own routes to override Azure’s default routing. The ability to create custom routes is helpful if, for example, you want to route traffic between subnets through a network virtual appliance (NVA).

In this tutorial, you learn how to:

  • Create a route table
  • Create a route
  • Create a virtual network with multiple subnets
  • Associate a route table to a subnet
  • Create an NVA that routes traffic
  • Deploy virtual machines (VM) into different subnets
  • Route traffic from one subnet to another through an NVA

This very thorough and detailed tutorial with tons of screen grabs to illustrate each step. Wonderful!

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