Azure Network Security Group Vs Route Tables

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How are they different and when is each used?
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The route table functions similarly to a networking map in that it directs traffic from one location to another via the next hop. This creates a "route," but it doesn't filter traffic. In an Azure virtual network, the Azure network security group is used to filter network traffic to and from Azure resources.
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