What Type of Peering ExpressRoute Supports?

ExpressRoute supports three routing domains for various types of services.

Private peering

  • Virtual Networks, including all virtual machines and cloud services

Public peering

  • Most of the Azure services with a few exceptions below
  • Power BI
  • Dynamics 365 for Operations (formerly known as Dynamics AX Online)

Microsoft peering

  • Office 365*
  • Most of the Dynamics 365 services (formerly known as CRM Online)
    • Dynamics 365 for Sales
    • Dynamics 365 for Customer Service
    • Dynamics 365 for Field Service
    • Dynamics 365 for Project Service

Very Important! The following Azure services are not supported on ExpressRoute!

  • CDN
  • Visual Studio Team Services Load Testing
  • Multi-factor Authentication
  • Traffic Manager

* Even if Office 365 is configured to work over ExpressRoute, general access to the Internet is still required! Feel free to contact me if you need more details!

Written by Misha Hanin

Trusted Business & Technology Advisor, Solutions Managing Director & Senior Solutions Architect at iRangers International Inc. with more than 25 years of experience in the field of information technology, infrastructure analysis and design, implementing innovative and leading technologies for International companies around the globe in public and private sectors.

Over the years I was able to develop very strong technical and engineering skills which helped me to earn trusted advisor status with our clients. As one of the nearly 500 trained Microsoft Certified Masters (MCM) in The World (during 10 years existence of MCM program, just about 500 people in The World participated in this very intensive training), I have a winning track record in building and bringing projects to operational and measurable success.

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