Disable BGP Route Propagation for Peered VNETs
Currently, the BGP Route Propagation for Peered VNETs only affects Routes learned from the Gateway Subnet. For Customer scenarios where all straffic should be forwarded over NVAs, i twould be good if a option to disable propagation from Peered VNETs will be available. Otherwise, multiple static routes are required.
Steve DiStefano commented
Does this not address the concern. If you are using an NVA then you must use UDR Routing. If using UDR Routing, here is an option.
You can disable the automatic route propagation from the VPN gateway. Create a routing table with the "Disable BGP route propagation" option, and associate the routing table to the subnets to prevent the route distribution to those subnets. For more information, see Virtual network routing table. ref: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/virtual-network/manage-route-table
Patch Charron commented
Yes, this would be very welcome. A setting to disable route propagation for vnet peers and another setting for vnet would be great to control what we want to honor the default routing table vs needing to put in UDRs.
Very great enhancement request especially in global azure rollout scenarios