You can configure the static and dynamic routing on your NSX Data Center for vSphere edge gateways.

To enable dynamic routing, you configure an advanced edge gateway using the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) or the Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) protocol.

For detailed information about the routing capabilities that NSX Data Center for vSphere provides, see the NSX Data Center for vSphere documentation.

You can specify static and dynamic routing for each advanced edge gateway. The dynamic routing capability provides the necessary forwarding information between Layer 2 broadcast domains, which allows you to decrease Layer 2 broadcast domains and improve network efficiency and scale. NSX Data Center for vSphere extends this intelligence to the locations of the workloads for East-West routing. This capability allows more direct virtual machine to virtual machine communication without the added cost or time needed to extend hops.