Global Protect behind Azure load balancer without NAT

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Global Protect behind Azure load balancer without NAT

I have a PAYG VM-300 behind an Azure standard SKU load balancer with NSG opened up. I used this first to test the management interface and could load balance this. However when I try this on the Global protect it fails. 

I have a default virtual router with a static route 0.0.0.0/0 to .1 from untrusted and a rule to 168.63.129.16/32 also to .1 from untrusted subnet. With a NAT rule it works immidiatly. Without it fails.

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OK now I changed the outbound rule

Outbound and inbound use the same IP. SNAT port exhaustion may occur

Now it works question is what is the logic behind this.

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