Can I set a global IP address given by a provider other than ECL2.0 on the Logical Network?
The customers can assign a global IP address legitimately acquired by their company on a logical network. The system does not have such limitation.
In the case of a VPN connection, there is no limitation on the IP addresses you can set to a destination network on a static route. Therefore, the customers can use a global IP given by a third party for a route advertisement on a UNO network.
In the case of an Internet Connectivity, the IP addresses you can set to a destination network on a static route are limited only to the global IP's acquired in the ECL2.0 service. Therefore, the customers are not allowed to advertise a global IP address acquired from anywhere else on the Internet.