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How to create a virtual machine with a static public IP address in Azure?
You can create a virtual machine with a static public IP address using the Azure portal.
A public IP address enables you to communicate to a virtual machine from the internet. Assign a static public IP address, rather than a dynamic address, to ensure that the address never changes.
Sign in to the Azure portal at https://portal.azure.com.
Enter, or select, the following information, accept the defaults for the remaining settings, and then select OK:
Select a size for the VM and then select Select.
Enter myPublicIpAddress, select Static, and then select OK, as shown in the following picture:
If the public IP address must be a standard SKU, select Standard under SKU. Learn more about Public IP address SKUs. If the virtual machine will be added to the back-end pool of a public Azure Load Balancer, the SKU of the virtual machine's public IP address must match the SKU of the load balancer's public IP address. For details, see Azure Load Balancer.
Select a port, or no ports under Select public inbound ports. Portal 3389 is selected, to enable remote access to the Windows Server virtual machine from the internet. Opening port 3389 from the internet is not recommended for production workloads.
Accept the remaining default settings and select OK.
You can view the public IP address that is assigned, and that the address is assigned to the myVM virtual machine, as shown in the following picture:
Azure assigned a public IP address from addresses used in the region you created the virtual machine in. You can download the list of ranges (prefixes) for the Azure Public, US government, China, and Germany clouds.
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