You setup a new Load balancer with public IP(s) for incoming traffic, but when testing, all incoming traffic is blocked. No reason, its just blocked.
(Resolution at the end…)
Azure based environment.
An appliance (or a VM) with one or two NIC’s connected to a public IP
Add a NSG to the public IP’s…and specifically allow the traffic you want to allow, if you don’t care, add from any to any port *
If you don’t add an NSG to the NIC, traffic to the Public IP will be blocked…it just is.
Azure Firewall SNAT private IP address ranges
Deploy an Azure Firewall with multiple public IP addresses using Azure PowerShell
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