We’ve moved this ask to the backlog due to technical challenges in reserving Public IP addresses during stop state.
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Azure hosted dynamic DNS should solve the issue with fixed IP.
If we could point our tunnels toward name from azure space like vpn.myDNSname.onmicrosoft-whatsoever.azure.net instead of static public IP, it would save cost for Microsoft and for us as well.
I will bring my VPN GW up, it will get ANY ip, get the DNS name and voila, in minutes I can connect to VPN. Azure mobile app is out already, add the feature and 1900+ people will be more happy (and less revenue for MS :-) ).Anonymous supported this idea ·