[Zanog-discuss] Microsoft Express Routes

donald.jolley at gmail.com donald.jolley at gmail.com
Wed Jul 17 12:06:55 SAST 2019

SD-WAN solves everything…. Its just about to solve global warming



From: zanog-discuss <zanog-discuss-bounces at lists.nog.net.za> On Behalf Of Mark Tinka via zanog-discuss
Sent: 17 July 2019 11:51 AM
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Subject: Re: [Zanog-discuss] Microsoft Express Routes


Not sure how SD-WAN would improve latency to Office 365.


On 17/Jul/19 11:40, Ronald Bartels via zanog-discuss wrote:


Express routes are slower and a bucket load more expensive than normal routes.  They use teraco cross connects and provide no added value besides making the network configuration a nightmare.

If the requirement is cloud performance and reliability then a more appropriate route is to implement SDWAN.  I know a guy….

Regards Ronald


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Sent: Wednesday, 17 July 2019 11:32
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Subject: [Zanog-discuss] Microsoft Express Routes


Hi All


eThekwini Municipality is currently migrating all its users to O365, when the project is finished over 15K users should be migrated now since my team controlls access to the internet, i wanted to avoid the public Internet due to potential latency and throughput issues so we wanted to explore the Ms Express Routes option. 


Wanted to find out potential issues if any we're likely to experience from this move either for users side or service provider side. 


Ideally a cost-effective move is for us is to utilize the Teraco cross connections. 


Gents i will appreciate any advice or comment. 



Mondli Maphumulo



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