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    1. Application Gateway V2 support of UDR

      Deploying a Application Gateway in a subnet with an UDR is needed in enterprise networks. For example if you advertise the default route from a ExpressRoute connection,.

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      Thanks for the valid suggestion. Your feedback is now open for the user community to upvote which allows us to effectively prioritize your request against our existing feature list and also gives us insight into the potential impact of implementing the suggested feature

    2. AppGw v2: support attaching listeners to both public and private IP

      See also:
      https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/azure-docs/issues/23652

      Documentation says "ILB only mode - This is currently not supported. Public and ILB mode together is supported". However, when I create a Standard_v2 AppGw I can't create a listener on both the public and private frontend-ip with the same frontend port. Creating listeners on either the private or public frontend-IP works.

      Use case:
      - Create an AppGw that can be connected to on it's public IP address for eternal services as well on it's private ip address for azure vnet services. Services are accessible the same port (eg 80/443). At this point in time we need…

      102 votes
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    3. Application gateway V2 subnet to support UDR

      We need to support UDR association with Appgw V2 subnet, since as of now it's not yet support while Appgw V1 does support. Please add this feature.

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    4. App GW with load balance should use single internal IP for single session

      App GW with auto-scaling enabled have Multiple internal IP for communicating hosted web service. The worst part is its communicating same session from client with Multiple IP internally because of load balance it has multiple machine for APP GW.

      e.g

      https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/pwm-general/miljylSaFjA/1qqhNS7lQgAJ;context-place=msg/pwm-general/za94hdmqPL4/tafnzLq5yUIJ

      We are using application with which
      NSG/IP restriction cannot be used because application is designed in such way it doesn’t allow same session from multiple IPs for security purposes and if we white list backend IP doesn’t makes sense because they always will be same from backend pools.
      Let’s suppose during some session of user some attacker hooks…

      40 votes
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      Thanks for the valid suggestion. Your feedback is now open for the user community to upvote which allows us to effectively prioritize your request against our existing feature list and also gives us insight into the potential impact of implementing the suggested feature

    5. Content Compression and Response Caching in App Gateway

      I'd like to see a feature in Application Gateway that allows configuring Content Compression and Response Caching per backend rule. This would be similar to, for example, what Nginx supports through "proxy_cache", "proxy_cache_valid" and "proxy_cache_path" directives.

      61 votes
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    6. TLS 1.3 and HSTS Support for Azure Application Gateway

      This is about a feature request for an Azure Application Gateway to support TLS 1.3 and HSTS.
      At least HSTS is just a secure header which should be trivial to implement.
      I`m looking forward to a feedback.

      21 votes
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      0 comments  ·  Application Gateway  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

      Thanks for the valid suggestion. Your feedback is now open for the user community to upvote which allows us to effectively prioritize your request against our existing feature list and also gives us insight into the potential impact of implementing the suggested feature

    7. Support for header content size configuration

      After many issues we run into an unsolvable 502 Bad Gateway error, simular to https://stackoverflow.com/questions/48964429/net-core-behind-nginx-returns-502-bad-gateway-after-authentication-by-identitys where the content size is too large in sign-oidc for open id connect post.

      Please add support to edit the values that end up into nginx.conf

      For now we cannot use the Application Gateway and looking into Cloudflare or Nginx Plus with WAF.

      80 votes
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    8. Application Gateway frontend PublicIP should allow a Reverse FQDN

      Currently Application Gateways can have Public IPs with a DNS label, however modifying the Public IP adding an FQDN via:

      $pip.DnsSettings.ReverseFqdn = "<my.domain.com>"

      is currently not allowed. This is a request to allow Reverse FQDNs for Application Gateway frontend Public IPs.

      -Chris Jackson

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      0 comments  ·  Application Gateway  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

      Thanks for the valid suggestion. Your feedback is now open for the user community to upvote which allows us to effectively prioritize your request against our existing feature list and also gives us insight into the potential impact of implementing the suggested feature

    9. Remove NSG validation from App Gateway V2 deployment

      This is more of a bug report than an idea.
      I tried deploying new WAF_V2 app gateway through ARM templates. My gateway subnet has a hardened NSG applied.
      Validation is applied to check whether certain traffic is blocked to the gateway. I have many problems with this:

      1) The validation is never satisfied with my rules. It will only be satisfied when I have my entire VNET way too open.
      I am refering to this error message when deploying:
      "Network security group <NSG_ID> blocks incoming internet traffic on ports 65200 - 65535 to subnet <SUBNET_ID>, associated with Application Gateway <GATEWAY_ID>.…

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    10. Application Gateway (WAF) - document how to get firewall logs

      Please create documentation about how to retrieve Azure App GW firewall log.

      Microsoft does not mention a word about this. - Correct me if I'm wrong. Finally I found a solution on third party (!!!) site: http://francescomolfese.it/en/2018/07/azure-application-gateway-come-monitorarlo-con-log-analytics/.

      Application GW produces these types of logs:
      1. ApplicationGatewayAccessLog
      2. ApplicationGatewayPerformanceLog
      3. ApplicationGatewayFirewallLog – the most important one as it contains logs about security operations (reasons for blocking connections, etc...)

      To retrieve these logs (or at least first 2 of the 3 mentioned above), you have to do this:
      o Go to Log Analytics workspaces in Azure portal --> create or choose…

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    11. Monitor Application Gateway Load

      Provide a way to monitor Application Gateway CPU/Memory in order to track load. It's hard to know only based on current access/http errors when the WAF is under heavy preasure and we need to scale it up.

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      1 comment  ·  Application Gateway  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

      There is no plan currently to offer these system level metrics for Application Gateway Standard (V1). However, we are planning to offer more observability with our new Autoscaling version (V2) of Application Gateway/WAF. We already offer Capacity Units as a metric which gives you a sense of the traffic load on your Application Gateway. More are planned for V2. Please send in your specific feedback via https://aka.ms/ApplicationGatewayCohort

    12. mutual TLS authentication on Application Gateway

      To verify authenticity of client sending traffic to Application Gateway, its required to have mutual TLS authentication.
      For use cases such as : Using a 3rd party caching or WAF tier like Akamai send traffic to AG, we would require mutual TLS.

      Currently we could limit source by IPs by putting an NSG rule. But cryptographic identity verification is the correct approach. Towards this I would like to request Mutual TLS.

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    13. Azure WAF v2 is not recognized by Azure Security Center as security solution and it has not mentioned anywhere.

      Azure WAF v2 is not recognized by Azure Security Center as a security solution and it has not mentioned anywhere. The details that are provided is not enough to understand that it is not being recognized as below.

      Partner solution name: Application Gateway

      Type: Saas-based Web Application Firewall
      Integration mode: Semi-automatically provisioned
      Status : Not reported

      Status has never been reported to Azure Security Center. Usually this means that this security solution isn't configured yet. It is recommended you login to the security solution management console to finalize the initial configuration

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    14. Pure internal standard_v2 application gateway

      Currently standard_v2 application gateway must have a public IP to work. Please make it be able to work only with private IP address. This capability is available in standard sku but not in standard_v2.

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    15. Reduce price for V2 SKUs

      Reduce price for V2 SKUs to make them more affordable for small workload projects

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    16. AppGW v2 setup : check the subnet size (min /28)

      Hello,

      Next to the Microsoft support request #119082022001909 (Impossible to create an AppGW v2 using Azure GUI Portal or AzureAppGWMigration.ps1 Application Gateway) : it appears it misses a check about the size of the subnet in which we want to deploy an Application Gateway v2.

      We've tried several times to create an appGW v2 using a /29 subnet without success, but without warnings too, although it is a prerequisite as described here > https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/application-gateway/configuration-overview#size-of-the-subnet

      We've tried it 'manually' using the Azure Portal GUI Wizard, or using a PS script (to migrate v1 to v2) and we've got the same error…

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    17. Is it possible to expose Azure blob storage via Application Gateway

      Expose Azure blob storage via Application Gateway.

      I would like to remove public access for Azure Blob and only make it accessible via virtual network. The Azure Application Gateway will be public facing which does the SSL termination and forwards the request to blob.

      This would allow scanning for malicious content via virtual appliances before content is stored in blob.

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    18. Instance IPs of Application Gateway are not visible in Portal

      In our usecase, external facing App Gateway(AG) will forward the traffic to PaloAlto virtual firewalls and firewall will NAT traffic to internal AG. Every application will have it's own external & internal AG. The NAT policy in firewall cannot use external AG subnet as source, you will have to identify instance IPs of each external AG and create NAT policy based on that. At the moment only Azure support have visibility to instance IPs, these IPs need to be exposed to Portal.

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    19. Allow setting intermediate certificates for SSL

      Application Gateway does not support setting intermediate certificate. Some CA provide leaf certificates that do not include all certificates in the certification path. When AG does not has the intermediate certificate, we need to manually create a certificate with the intermediate one.

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      Thanks for the valid suggestion. Your feedback is now open for the user community to upvote which allows us to effectively prioritize your request against our existing feature list and also gives us insight into the potential impact of implementing the suggested feature

    20. "Azure Managed" SSL certificates for Application gateway for SSL offloading

      Please add the ability to use a Azure managed certificate for the application gateway for the use of SSL offloading. This feature would be nice so that we would not have to manage the certificate and it would auto update instead of us having to keep the certificate up to date.

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