Application Gateway Configuration for Seatable.

Jessie 85 Reputation points
2024-03-12T04:36:32.3233333+00:00

Hello,

I am not familiar with seatable and would require help with

setting up application gateway to access seatable application

in Azure.

Environment:

  1. Huba and Spoke Network Topology.
  2. Application gateway and firewall are deployed as shared resources in the hub environment. i.e Application gateway is in front of Azure firewall.
  3. Plan to deploy seatable application in a spoke network.

Question:

  1. What configuration needs to be done in the application gateway and firewall to allow

traffic flow from a client system outside the network to the seatable application?

Thank you.

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  1. KapilAnanth-MSFT 34,601 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2024-03-12T05:59:38.77+00:00

    @Jessie ,

    Welcome to the Microsoft Q&A Platform. Thank you for reaching out & I hope you are doing well.

    I understand that you are planning to deploy a 3rd party application/service in Azure and use Application Gateway as a Proxy for the service.

    Currently, Application Gateway supports the following backends,

    • NICs
    • Virtual machine scale sets
    • Public IP addresses
    • Internal IP addresses
    • FQDN
    • Multitenant backends (such as App Service)

    See : Backend pools

    Since the application is 3rd party, I will not be able to share any specific documents integrating it with App Gateway.

    • However, as long as the backend Pool serves HTTP and HTTPS Traffic (in any port), you should be able to integrate it with App gateway.
    • You just have to make sure the Health Probes succeed, i.e., the backend is reachable by App Gateway
    • If the backend is in Azure VNET, make sure the subnet in which Azure Application gateway is deployed is allowed access to the backend resource (Network rules must allow the subnet range) I see this is your case and App gateway in Hub and backend in Spoke VNET will work as long as the above condition is met.
    • In case the backend is outside Azure, make sure the Networking rules allow the Public IP of the App Gateway.

    This may come in handy : Direct web traffic with Azure Application Gateway.

    With respect to Azure Firewall,

    Kindly let us know if this helps or you need further assistance on this issue.

    Thanks,

    Kapil

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