Azure – Couldn’t add a Azure Vnet to Application Gateway and Virtual network gateways

Recently after creating a site with Virtual Machines sitting on a Vnet on the application Gateway , I could not add this subnet to be routable from the Virtual Network Gateway

The solution is to use Vnet peering to create a new subnet for the Virtual network gateways and peer this with the Application Gateway subnet 

You then need to enable Remote Gateways per below , so VPN clients can route to the Application Gateway Subnet via a route :

Connect two or more Azure Virtual Networks using one VPN Gateway – Apostolidis Cloud Corner (e-apostolidis.gr)

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Tags: Application Gateway, Azure, Remote Gateway, Virtual network gateway, Vnet

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