Reserved IP Use Case Snippet
This template demonstrates the currently supported use case for Reserved IP. A Reserved IP is simply a statically allocated Public IP.
There is currently only one supported use case: assign a Reserved IP to the front end of the Azure Load Balancer.
This template goes one step further: it both creates a new Reserved IP and assigns it to a load balancer and it uses a previously existing Reserved IP and assigns it to a separate load balancer.
Three parameters are needed in support of the "previously existing Reserved IP" use case:
- existingRIPSubId - subscription ID of the subscription with the previously existing Reserved IP
- existingRIPResourceGroupName - name of the resource group with the previously existing Reserved IP
- existingRIPName - name of the previously existing Reserved IP
How to Create 'Existing' Reserved IP
- Create a resource group (or use an existing one)
New-AzureResourceGroup -Name ExistingReservedIP -Location 'West US'
- Create a statically allocated PIP in that RG
New-AzurePublicIpAddress -ResourceGroupName ExistingReservedIPRG -Name goliveRIP -Location 'West US'
This step is mandatory for the template to work as designed.
Tags: Microsoft.Network/publicIPAddresses, Microsoft.Network/loadBalancers