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Monitor traffic peered to express route Gateway vNet

I have many subscriptions peered to our ExpressRoute Gateway vNet, sometimes one of the subscriptions go crazy and uses a lot of bandwidth across the ExpressRoute, it is difficult for me to determine which subscription is taking the bandwidth.

is there a product or service that will allow me to easily see the bandwidth used of each peering or subscription attached ?

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@Catalyph Thank you for reaching out to Microsoft Q&A.

I understand that you would like to monitor the bandwidth utilized for Express Route. This is definitely possible via the Azure Monitor. Please refer to this this link for ExpressRoute monitoring, metrics, and alerts. Thank you!

Please let us know if you have any further questions and we will be glad to assist you further. Thank you!

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I do not see this functionality, could you bee more specific?
I see I can monitor the ExpressRoute Gateway, but I was to monitor the subscriptions/networks peered with the Express Route (250+) on a graph or something

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@Catalyph Please look at the Network Performance Monitor page dashboard which contains a page for ExpressRoute that shows an overview of the health of ExpressRoute circuits and peerings. To view a list of all monitored ExpressRoute circuits, click the ExpressRoute circuits tile. You can select a circuit and view its health state, trend charts for packet loss, bandwidth utilization, and latency. Does this helps?

Please let us know if you have any further questions/concerns. Thank you!


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