Your company has an Azure virtual network (VNet) and an on-premises network. Your Internet Service Provider (ISP) only offers Layer 2 connectivity services.
You need to connect the Azure VNet to your on-premises network by using a private connection.
Which four actions should you perform in sequence?
You should perform the following actions in order:
1. Create an ExpressRoute circuit.
2. Create a peering.
3. Create an ExpressRoute VNet gateway.
4. Create a link between the circuit and the VNet.
You should first create an ExpressRoute circuit. This represents a connection between Azure and your ISP.
You should next create a peering. This is the required next step when your ISP only offers Layer 2 connectivity services. You should next create an ExpressRoute VNet gateway, and finally create a link between the circuit and the VNet.
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.
You should not create an Application Gateway. An Application Gateway allows you to create a firewall for a pool of backend servers.