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Allow transit routing between ExpressRoute, VPN Gateways, and NVAs by allowing them to peer with BGP and exchange routes.

Allow transit routing between ExpressRoute Gateways, VPN Gateways, and NVAs by allowing them to peer with BGP and exchange routes. This functionality would give the customer more flexibility in how they lay out their network.

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  • Anghesom commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Please enable this feature with either Global Peering or BGP route exchange with different types of VPN Gateways (ExpressRoute and VPN Gateways).

    This will give customers much flexibility in setting up networks that rely in transient networks. The current capabilities doesn't allow seamless integration of VNets in different Geo Locations and hybrid on-premise networks.

  • Alan commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Blend this in with global peering functionality (currently in preview) so we can leverage gateway transit, etc. between regions as well rather than creating dozens of gateways to the ExpressRoute circuits for BGP routes.

  • Simon commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    This is a well needed feature for corporates with hybrid setups wanting to seamlessly integrate on and off prem, without this and with complicated networks, things are just made unnecessarily difficult.....

  • Pav bahia commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I'll add my vote to that,, The Ability to enable BGP would save time money and allow far more flexible approach to vnet configs

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