Multi-Domain Azure Load Balancer using 1 public IP address

Milen Denev 91 Reputation points

I have a very specific question about Azure Load Balancer
I have the following scenario:

Let's say I have many VMs that host different services / websites. Each VM has it own websites and each website is accessed via it's own domain :
( -> Website1, -> Website2 etc).

As A Record I have the public IP address associated with the VM:
( -> -> Website1, -> -> Website2 ).

Can I use Load Balancer , and by having 1 public IP address do the same job? Is it possible?
( -> -> -> Website1 and -> -> -> Website2)

I didn't find any clear answer to this question.

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  1. Lucas Camargo Reis 86 Reputation points

    HI @Milen Denev

    You can use one Loab Balancer but to use the same port (80) to different backends you need to have two differentes frontend IPs.

    Load Balancer is a Layer 4 and work with TCP Ports, you can use a Apllication Gateway to address your need. Application Gateway is a Layer 7 and it can publish differents urls using the same frontend ip.

    See more information on this link:

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