Configure the core router

The Core Router is required to be configured when VNETs are created. For virtual networking to work successfully in infrastructures without BGP, the core router must be configured to recognize the IP addresses in each virtual network.

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Ensure that the core router has a rule to route all traffic coming to each virtual network’s IP address range to the appropriate Network Interconnect’s IP address.

Once your core router is configured, you are ready to deploy applications instances within the VNET. For more information, see Create and deploy applications