NSX-T Edge T0 Router: Static Route + SNAT instead of BGP

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If you been following my adventures of deploying Enterprise PKS 1.5 on VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) 3.9, you will be aware that I spent a considerable amount of time establishing Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) peering between my NSX-T Edge T0 Logical Router and my physical Upstream Router as documented in this post. This allows them to exchange route information, so that when one of my internal overlay networks needs to communicate externally, it can do so. However, I am in the fortunate position where I can access my Upstream Router and make any necessary BGP configuration changes to allow it…

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