Create private dns zone in virtual network which already has VMs
Create private dns zone in virtual network which already has VMs. Currently, it's giving below error:
Virtual networks that are non-empty (have Virtual Machines or other resources) are not allowed during association with a private zone.
Azure DNS private zones is now GA and you can link even non-empty virtual networks with a private DNS zone. See https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/dns/private-dns-virtual-network-links
Yes this would be very useful to add after the fact of VNET creattion, how else are we going to move from a custom DNS solution to this built in one for zone management!
Deyan Bektchiev commented
The comment in October 2018 was that it would be available before GA, which obviously did not happen - can you please say when the "next release" is approximately going to be out that will have this?
Azure Private DNS Team commented
This will be available soon in our next release.
Hope to have this feature as soon as possible. First I opened a case at microsoft, because I was unable to believe this szenario is not supported (show-stopper). Thank you in advance for enabling!
When do we have this feature?
I have fully functional Kubernetes cluster in Azure and it comes with vNET. I thought of creating an empty vNET so that I can do the resolution but I can't create another empty vNET with same address spaces required by aks (10.240.0.0/8). Any idea when we would be able to join an existing vNET which already has VMs?
This really needs to get looked at. This is a really good feature, but having the requirement to have an empty vnet is a bummer. Most of us have many customers that would love this feature. Hopefully, the team adds this feature with virtual networks that have VMs in them already.