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JohnMunoz-4298 asked PatrickSteinhuber-8690 answered

Microsoft Peering over ExpressRoute without a Public IP Block?

Our Express route is currently only utilized for private peering. We do not own a public IPv4 address space but would like to be able to utilize peering with Microsoft over our express route. From my readings it appeared that you have to utilize public ip's in the peering and you have to be the owners of those IPs. Is there any other way of setting up peering with MS? (acquiring the /30 from Microsoft perhaps?) Or an IP provider who would lease us a /30?

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TravisCragg-MSFT answered

@JohnMunoz-4298 As is described here, The Public IPs can be ones that you or your connectivity provider own, but the IP Addresses must be registered to you in routing registries.

I would speak with your connectivity provider about what options they can provide.


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PatrickSteinhuber-8690 answered

Hey,

what are you currently using? Do you get dynamic IP Addresses from your ISP (Internet Service Provider)? If yes, alls ISP normally offers that you can switch from a dynamic public ip to a static one and maybe get 3-4 Adresses to use for your business. It´s normaly for a small amount of charge and they change that.

I would also suggest you speak with your ISP about the topic but it shouldnt be a big deal!

Regards

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