Internal Web servers access from Internet

Jérôme 21 Reputation points
2022-11-01T10:55:57.173+00:00

Hello,

I deploy an architecture on Azure. I have a spoke vnet for DMZ where I have currently 2 Web servers (application1.company.com, application2.company.com). The spoke DMZ communicate, via a vnet peering, with our Hub where I deployed a firewall (Palo Alto vm-series) and the Azur Application Gateway. The application gateway is configured with an IP public for the frontend. The backend is configured to forward traffic to the Palo Alto. On the dns public, each entry (application1.company.com and application2.company.com) is registred with the IP public of the application gateway.

My objective is when user, on Internet, will enter application1.company.com or application2.company.com, the trafic will send to the the correct Web server in our DMz. What is your recommandation and is-it the correct approach to cover my needs?

BR

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  1. KapilAnanth-MSFT 38,456 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2022-11-01T13:48:51.03+00:00

    Hi @Jérôme ,

    Welcome to the Microsoft Q&A Platform. Thank you for reaching out & I hope you are doing well.
    I understand that you would like to host two applications behind a single App gateway.

    This is achievable by using Multisite Listeners.
    You have to create two Multisite HTTPS Listeners each with the respective FQDN and certificate.

    This document should help you to set up the Applications,
    Refer : Create and configure an application gateway to host multiple web sites using the Azure portal

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    Thanks,
    Kapil

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  1. Lynn Niu 236 Reputation points
    2022-11-03T06:46:14.21+00:00

    Sounds you should put Firewall before the application gateway, then use multiple listener to traffic to two web servers.
    Also you should set a NAT policy in firewall. The whole path should be:
    client -> firewall -> azure application gateway -> web server1
    client -> firewall -> azure application gateway -> web server2