We’ve moved this ask to the backlog due to technical challenges in reserving Public IP addresses during stop state.Anonymous commented
I know Azure Virtual Network Gateways are basically special-purpose VMs running windows RRAS and/or IPsec tunnel rules. the point is that once you spin one Gateway up, there is no way to stop it unless you delete it all together.
please add a feature to Stop/Start the gatways on-demand/scheduled/automated on top of the current always-on config. I use Azure as my lab environment and has configured it to connect to my home router. even when I disable IPsec tunnel on my end, Azure is still running the Gateway, trying to connect to my router, and charging me for it. I am paying about 45$/month for simply not doing anything with my lab!Anonymous supported this idea ·