We are using the Azure firewall to limit access to resources but now our Azure OpenAI resource can't connect to our Cognitive Search Service
No private Endpoint and currently accessing our resources for testing over the public internet.
We did "Allow access from the Azure portal IP address" but as expected made no difference
What basic mistake have I made?
If I allow all networks for the Search service, we have no issues
IT Services If you have already locked down the Azure OpenAI Service to only be available from certain public IP addresses, you may not need to IP limit access to Azure Cognitive Search. However, this depends on your specific security requirements.
When you lock the Azure OpenAI Service to certain public IPs, it only restricts access to the OpenAI Service. It does not automatically restrict access to other Azure services, such as Azure Cognitive Search. Therefore, you need to configure IP control policies for Azure Cognitive Search separately to restrict access to it**.**
You can set IP rules for Azure Cognitive Search in the Azure portal, as described in this article: Configure an IP firewall for Azure Cognitive Search.
Also, see similar issue which has been discussed here for more information.
Let me know if you have any further queries.
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