Configuring VNet peering through the Azure Portal resulted in a Peering Status – Failed

September 6, 2018 at 12:19 pm in Azure, Azure Networking, Azure portal, Azure PowerShell, VNet, VNet peering by Wim Matthyssen

Virtual network peering is a mechanism that seamlessly connects two Azure virtual networks (VNets). Once peered, the virtual networks appear as one, and resources can be accessed from both VNets via their private IP Addresses.

While creating a new peering through the Azure Portal, it resulted in a created VNet Peer with a PEERING STATUS Failed. Deleting the Peering also failed. Probably something went wrong in the back or the Portal was stuck and giving failure, showing the Failed status as a result. Like in most cases when you are troubleshooting Azure issues, Azure PowerShell comes to the rescue.

By running below PowerShell script (copy and save as .ps1), I was able to get the resources updated using the get and set command, which successfully Connected the VNet peer.

PowerShell script

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I hope the above script comes in handy whenever you face the same issue. Till next time.

Wim Matthyssen (@wmatthyssen)

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