I want to connect to a custom VPN in google cloud platform, and even potentially route that vpn traffic to a different vpn in a separate region using google cloud services. However, I'm assuming I need to route this traffic through multiple VM instances, thus causing me to purchase more cloud space and build multiple VM instances. Is there a way to use cloud services to access a small partition of their services to build a console that is dedicated to routing my traffic to a VPN in the cloud? I want to build a VPN in a way other than building a VM in the cloud and then creating and connecting a VPN through that VM. Thanks so much.

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Given GCP has a cloud VPN product, no you don't need to run your own to get onto their network.

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