General availability: User-defined routes support for private endpoints
Published date: 17 August, 2022
User-defined routes (UDRs) support for private endpoints is now generally available. This feature enhancement will remove the need to create a /32 address prefix when defining custom routes. You will now have the ability to use a wider address prefix in the user defined route tables for traffic destined to a private endpoint (PE) by way of a network virtual appliance (NVA). In order to leverage this feature, you will need to set a specific subnet level property, called PrivateEndpointNetworkPolicies, to enabled on the subnet containing private endpoint resources.
This feature will be available in the following regions at this time
US East, US West, US North, US South, US Central, US East 2, Europe North, Europe West, Asia East, Asia South East, Japan East, Japan West, Brazil South, Australia East, Australia South East, India Central, India South, Canada Central, Canada East, US West 2, US West Central, UK West, UK South, Korea South, Korea Central, France South, France Central, Australia Central, South Africa North, United Arab Emirates Central, United Arab Emirates North, Switzerland North, Switzerland West, Germany North, Germany West Central, Norway East, Norway West, US West 3, Jio India Central, Jio India West, Sweden South, Sweden Central, Qatar Central, US Central Early Updates Access Program, US East 2 Early Updates Access Program.
Managing private endpoint network policies:
Managing network policies for private endpoints - Azure Private Link | Microsoft Docs
Overview of user-defined routes:
Azure virtual network traffic routing | Microsoft Docs
How it works:
Route network traffic - tutorial - Azure portal | Microsoft Docs
Create, change, or delete an Azure route table | Microsoft Docs
What is Private Link:
What is Azure Private Link? | Microsoft Docs