I'm coming across a weird issue here.
We have two subents in Azure. Let's call them Subnet1 and Subnet2
Subnet1 has a UDR to point traffic to the internal interface of the firewall.
This works, we see the traffic come into the firewall. We don't see any return traffic from the server in subnet 2. There is a static route pointing to the azure fabric .1 address.
When I do a flow basic, the firewall is unable to send the traffic to the gateway (azure .1 address) because there is no ARP.
Route found, interface ethernet1/2, zone 2, nexthop 10.38.225.1
Resolve ARP for IP 10.38.225.1 on interface ethernet1/2
Packet dropped, no ARP
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Do you have a corresponding route in subnet 2 pointing to the firewall for subnet 1? If you do not, azure will assymetrically return the traffic directly to the server rather than return routing through the firewall due to the VNET route.
I assume the firewall has corresponding routes for both subnets pointing to the first IP of the internal subnet the firewall is attached two.
Also, check to ensure the interface has IP Forwarding enabled on the azure side. If you do need to change this setting. Reboot the firewall. I have seen it not apply until after reboot.
From there, double check your NSGs.
Since this intrazone traffic, it should be allowed, but you may not be logging it due to the inherent rule. Override logging on intrazone, it may give you some further information in the Monitor.
Firewall routes exist and are correct.
IP forwarding enabled on all interfaces. I've also rebooted the firewall.
nSGs are all allowed.
I've done logging on the policies but just show "bytes received: 0"
I've tried with a NAT rule to source NAT and not, makes no difference.
Can you elaborate little bit ? you are saying you pointed static route on Palo Alto to VNET .1 IP ? and not first IP in subnet of interface of firewall for example eth2 ?
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