Best practices are to create a subscription for ExpressRoute and then peer VNets for different subscriptions. This doubles the cost of traffic to and from Azure making it a non start for most. It is understandable to have costs between regions, but for networking that would be no cost if in the same subscription, why is there then a cost for my networks in my two subscriptions in the same region? These cost make it impossible to follow best practices for security, design, partner management, etc.20 votes
Cisco CSR 1000v supports upto 5 Gbps of throughput on AWS but it only allows 500 Mbps throughput on Azure. Why this limitation on Azure?
Cisco supports upto 5Gbps of throuput on AWS but only allows 500 Mbps on MS Azure. What is the reason for this limited throughput on Azure? I believe there are some join tests done by Cisco and Microsoft before concluding this limitation? How do we overcome this limitation?10 votes
the Hongkong Datacenter should establish a direct Peering with China telecom's AS4809 next generation backbone.
Currently the latency to China is ridiculous high with 40-50ms to Shenzhen / Dongguan area which makes it to slow for some real time applications.
Rackspace Hongkong for example have a direct peering with CT's AS4809 and the latency is just 7-9ms to their datacenter which is perfect.8 votes
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Currently Accelerated Networking can only be enabled or disabled from the command line. It would be nice to have this available as a Portal switch in the NIC or VM menu.2 votes
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