I want my azure vm to connect to multiple client sites simultaneously to access and monitor their servers. I want to avoid unsecure connections I.e unencrypted. Is setting up a vnet the way to go?

I've been reading https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/architecture/reference-architectures/hybrid-networking/hub-spoke but wondering if this is overkill for a simple requirement, that's to have my server be able to access multiple client servers simultaneously, I.e have a network connection open to each client.



Perhaps the following file can help https://www.vpnazure.net/en/ - VPN Azure Cloud Service - Build VPN from home to office without firewall permission. The best way to manage from 1 server múltiple servers is having just One VPN which means 1 IPSec túnel And encryption. however to reach múltiple clients And servers for management is better to have a dedícated server for it. Additionally if is virtual i recomend to configure a virtual router for additional security. Azure VPN by itself allow secure Connections to almost everywhere however for sepárate purposes has to be sepárate configurated.

  • Thank you for that suggestion, I will try it and let you know – Josc May 25 at 10:17

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