Your company has only one location, but it will soon open a second facility.
You need to create a site-to-site VPN to establish a secure connection with the new facility.
Which five actions should you perform in sequence?
You should perform the following Actions in order:
1. Create the virtual network.
2. Create the gateway subnet.
3. Create the virtual network gateway.
4. Configure the on-premises VPN device.
5. Connect the virtual network gateway and on-premises VPN device.
You should create a virtual network and make sure there is an IP address range specifically for this virtual network.
You should then create a gateway subnet, which is part of the IP address range to be used by your virtual network.
Next, you should create a virtual network gateway, which establishes a public IP address.
Next, you should configure a VPN device for your on-premises network.
Finally, you should create the connection between your virtual network gateway and your VPN device.
You should not generate certificates when creating a site-to-site VPN. This is necessary only when creating a point-to-site VPN connection.
You should not specify the tunnel type when creating a site-to-site VPN. This is necessary only when creating a point-to-site VPN connection. Site-to-site VPN connections use the IPsec and IKE protocols instead of SSTP and IKEv2.