Registering AllowBringYourOwnPublicIpAddress feature Pending status longer then 3 days.

Shi Han 0 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

We are trying to create a PublicIPAddress using arm template, got the below error message:

"Subscription /subscriptions/dd60b456-300c-40f5-a441-d916d5a9bf44/resourceGroups//providers/Microsoft.Network/subscriptions/ is not registered for feature Microsoft.Network/AllowBringYourOwnPublicIpAddress required to carry out the requested operation."

Then tried to register the feature for the subscription using following AzureCLI command:
az feature register --name AllowBringYourOwnPublicIpAddress --namespace Microsoft.Network

Registering status has been showing "Pending" for 3 days.

Please advise who we can reach out for help.

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An Azure networking service that is used to provision private networks and optionally to connect to on-premises datacenters.
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  1. Vlad Costa 615 Reputation points

    This is common when a feature requires approval from the Azure service offering the preview feature.

    The registration process for some preview features requires manual approval by the product team and may take some time. Usually, you request access through a support ticket.

    To expedite this process, I recommend submitting an Azure support request.

    If this answer helped you resolve your issue, please mark it as the accepted answer.

  2. ChaitanyaNaykodi-MSFT 23,991 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    @Shi Han Thank you for reaching out.

    As discussed internally I have shared the teams contact to help get the approval for this feature.

    Just adding this for community benefit as the feature Bring your own IP addresses (BYOIP) to Azure with Custom IP Prefix is a GA feature so only internal Azure subscriptions need registration and approval for the AllowBringYourOwnPublicIpAddress feature. For rest of the Azure Subscriptions the approval is no longer needed.

    Thank you!

    Please "Accept the answer" if the information helped you. This will help us and others in the community as well.

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