Bring Your Own Public IP Address space and Internet subnet routing in Azure Virtual Networks
When you own a public address space IPv4 and/or IPv6, Windows Azure should provide a way to use it (via LISP and/or classic routing).
When you don't own a public address space, you should be able to rent it for your virtual network on Windows Azure both via Microsoft or via Tunnel Broker providers
Reactivating this request…apologies that it was closed due to misunderstanding of your intent.
We’ll take this request as: I need a simple way to host IP space that I own as Public IP’s in Azure which I can then use on my Azure-hosted services/VM’s.
We’ve had multiple requests for this feature recently and are actively working through the design now. Unfortunately, we don’t have an estimated release date yet.
A +1 for this feature. I'm looking for a cloud provider that I can bring my own /24 network range to.
Just as AWS announce it
How can I bring my own IP addresses to Azure??
This is marked as completed, but with no other information?
Olivier Hault commented
And what's about LISP and http://opencontrail.org/about/ support ?
Updated the subject a bit to further clarify the ask.