Add Effective Routes blade to Azure Firewall
We are currently evaluating the use of Azure Firewall as our core firewall between on-prem and an Azure Hub/Spoke architecture via ExpressRoute.
We need to be able to see what the effective routes are that Azure Firewall is using when we route all of our spoke traffic to it, and our on-prem traffic destined for the spokes to it as well. Currently, Effective Routes are only visible on resources with an associated NIC.
Given that Azure Firewall is a PaaS network appliance, this is a critical feature for making it useful in our use case.
Paul Anguiano commented
There have been significant improvements in Azure Firewall, including those that are promised for an upcoming GA. However, it is a hard sell when we can't actually see where it routes to.
Stox, Dagwin commented
Greatly agree with this one. Can be of great help to get the total picture of your routing and to understand how Azure firewall does routing. Vital information if you ever want to replace Azure Firewall with another VNA.
Leon Shen commented
As the pilot users on Express Route, this is definitely highly critical to our use cases - both in data transfer from on-prem to Azure, and in setting up the farm for our BOTS.
Megan Masanz commented
Thanks Miles - this is critical for our success