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How can I route traffic for an external entity through Azure so we can whitelist the outgoing IP of AZURE which we can then force remote agents to use the Azure VPN. This way we only have to whitelist one IP

I have to VPN and I have the outgoing IP configured with Azure NAT gateway.

Appreciate the help

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@NickDiaz-9048, As of now Azure NAT gateway is only compatible with,

  1. Standard load balancer

  2. Standard public IP

  3. Standard public IP prefix

Deploying both NAT gateway and VPN gateway under same subnet might not be compatible. But yes, you can use NAT gateway alone to communicate with external services that requires whitelisting of incoming IP addresses. This reduces the pain as you need to whitelist only one IP address.


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“NAT gateway alone to communicate with external services that requires whitelisting of incoming IP addresses”


I not fully convinced to using a VPN nor NAT GW, I just need to get a solution implemented. Any suggestions on a complete solution?

Appreciate the help.

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