Azure Frontdoor backend pools Minemeld configs

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MurtuzaK
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Azure Frontdoor backend pools Minemeld configs

Hi,

I am newbie with Minemeld and using it for the first time. I want to get the Azure frontdoor backend IP pools from Microsoft website and feed it to the Palo Alto FW. I created a miner, processor and output. The output receives no prefixes. Below are my configurations:

 

nodes:

  azure_cloudIPs:

    inputs: []

    output: true

    prototype: azure.cloudIPsWithServiceTags    -->Built in Minemeld

  cloud_IPv4s:

    inputs:

      - azure_cloudIPs

    output: true

    prototype: minemeldlocal.IPv4Azure-Backend   -->I created this prototype by cloning existing output

  azureIPv4s:

    inputs:

      - cloud_IPv4s

    output: false

    prototype: stdlib.feedHCWithValue    --> Built in Minemeld

 

minemeldlocal.IPv4Azure-Backend   configs below

infilters:

- actions:

- accept

conditions:

- __method == 'withdraw'

name: accept withdraws

- actions:

- accept

conditions:

- type == 'IPv4'

- Name == 'AzureFrontDoor.Backend'  --> If I remove this and it populates the whole list. Not sure how to filter only azure backend IP

- actions:

- accept

name: drop all

 

I am not sure if Name == 'AzureFrontDoor.Backend'  is the right filter to use. If anyone has configured it and could help will be appreciated.

 

The built in miner azure.cloudIPsWithServiceTags gets all the IP from below link

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/confirmation.aspx?id=56519

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