Azure natting and routing of internet inbound via Palo?

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Azure natting and routing of internet inbound via Palo?

My Azure subscription will be hosting public websites. Azure handles the translation between the assigned public and private IP addresses for each website.  My question concerns routing.  Say i have a VM 10.1.1.10/24. The 10.1.1.0/24 subnet has a UDR which will send internet-bound traffic out through my Palo.  But where can i assign a UDR for inbound traffic from internet to 10.1.1.10?  Currently Azure will route it directly. Can i apply a UDR somewhere to route inbound traffic via my Palo?


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Re: Azure natting and routing of internet inbound via Palo?

Hello

One option is to bind the public IPs (bound to the web-servers right now) to the outside (untrusted) interface of the firewall.

There might be other ways, but the one depicted above worked at least in my environment.

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Re: Azure natting and routing of internet inbound via Palo?

Hello

One option is to bind the public IPs (bound to the web-servers right now) to the outside (untrusted) interface of the firewall.

There might be other ways, but the one depicted above worked at least in my environment.

View solution in original post

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