So yes, you can peer two individual VIF's directly, but that will only give a single point-to-point connection.
I've progressed with this now, so happy to close.
We are trialling vendors who supply Cloud to Cloud Layer 3 instead.
Edited by: chrisb2c2 on Jan 10, 2020 1:36 PM
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