Assigning external IP to subnets

ACC_Admin_720 1 Reputation point
2022-03-08T19:46:06.953+00:00

I am looking into the functionality of Azure in comparison to our existing on prem firewall. Currently we have a batch of external IPs broken up and assigned to one of the vnets on our firewall. i.e. Subnet 1 uses External IP 1 to go out to the internet, Subnet 2 uses External IP 2, etc.

How do I do this with Azure?

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An Azure network security service that is used to protect Azure Virtual Network resources.
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  1. suvasara-MSFT 10,016 Reputation points
    2022-03-09T01:34:57.29+00:00

    @ACC_Admin_720 , You can try deploying Azure NAT gateway here for subnet outbound connections. NAT gateway provides outbound internet connectivity for one or more subnets of a virtual network. Once NAT gateway is associated to a subnet, NAT provides source network address translation (SNAT) for that subnet.

    Here is a doc that explains about designing virtual networks with NAT gateway resources.

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