We’ve moved this ask to the backlog due to technical challenges in reserving Public IP addresses during stop state.
An error occurred while saving the commentLinz Mathew commented
@Admin, Not sure what is the confusion on Public IP Address to implement this request.
If the public IP address is static, you cannot release it even though the gateway is stopped and you must continue billing for the static public IP address.
If the public IP address is dynamic, it is understood that the IP address will be released and we will get a new IP when the Gateway is started again.
Paying for a Public static IP address makes sense than paying for gateway when gateway is not used at all.