Here is my issue:
I have 2 FusionHub which are deployed as concentrators, DC1 in EU (offices in BE, CZ, SK, UK), and DC2 in Japan (offices in JP, KR, VN, CN).
both FusionHubs are connected together using the fast network of my cloud datacenters.
It is really important as it suppress the distance between my locations for a limited cost compared to leased line / MPLS etc…
However I have most of my applications running in DC1.
it is a dedicated cloud with lots of VMs, many subnets, routers, firewalls etc…
-> Unless I set the FusionHub in DC1 to be the exit point for all the balance routers, my offices in Asia (using DC2 as concentrator) can only connect to the LAN directly attached to the FusionHub in DC1.
I am looking to have the possibility to add gateways and static routes on the LAN interface.
We moved our datacenters in the cloud because it permits to meet business continuity objectives,
We selected Peplink for the same reason.
Could you please study the possibility for FusionHub to become a real router for cloud datacenters.
it is silly to be limited by a single concentrator design.