We are trying to deploy Cisco in Azure where two VNets deployed in the same region are connected to each other via VNet peering.Let's suppose we have deployed CISCO in VNet1 and our application server is in VNet2. We need to access/ secure application servers deployed in VNet2. But we are not able to select the subnets of VNet2 while deploying Cisco in VNet1.
Is my understanding correct that cisco ASAv and the newly released ASAv HA can only serve traffic across a single VNet ? If this is the case How can I secure my multi VNet environment and what should be a remedial architecture for the same.
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