ExpressRoute for WVD

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Hi Experts,

 

Can we use Microsoft peering over an Express Route link and use Route filtering to make WVD the only Public service available over the ER link, otherwise it would just be private vNET traffic?

I saw the ER FAQ that says it supports WVD, but I cannot find any details (BGP community number etc), can you help?

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/expressroute/expressroute-faqs#supported-services

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/expressroute/expressroute-routing#bgp

 

Thanks a lot.

Sid Zhang

 

3 Replies
Would also like some clarification on this.

Hi @sidlala123 ,

 

you should read the FAQ more carefully, it says it is NOT supported.

Hi @sidlala123

@christophe lams is correct: it is not supported. The reason behind this is that Windows Virtual Desktop uses Azure Front Door, which is a global service and therefore does not support peering.