Your company has an Azure virtual network (VNet) and an on-premises network. Your Internet Service Provider offers Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS). You create an ExpressRoute circuit.
You need to determine the next step you should perform to connect the Azure VNet to your on-premises network.
What should you do next?
You should next create a VNet gateway. A VNet gateway allows you to send traffic between an Azure VNet and the on-premises VNet.
You should not create a link between the circuit and the VNet next. You must first create a VNet gateway. After the VNet gateway is created, you should create the link.
You should not create a peering. When you use an ISP that offers MPLS, the ISP configures peering for you.
You should not create a static public IP address in Azure. The purpose of ExpressRoute is to offer secure private networking. Therefore, a static public IP address is not required.