Vyatta Network OS Documentation

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Create public IP (optional)

This section details how to assign a public IP address to a router.

If you want a router to be accessible on the public Internet, you must assign it a public IP address by using the azure network public-ip create <resource-group> <name> <location> command. The following example uses the domain name label of vrouter1 and shows how to create the public IP in the West US region. The FQDN for the IP address is vrouter1.westus.cloudapp.azure.com. The domain name label must be unique within the Azure region.

$ azure network public-ip create --domain-name-label vrouter1 vRouter vRouter1-IP 
westus
info:	Executing command network public-ip create warn:	Using default --idle-timeout 4
warn:	Using default --allocation-method Dynamic warn:	Using default --ip-version IPv4
+ Looking up the public ip "vRouter1-IP"
+ Creating public ip address "vRouter1-IP" data:	Id	:
/subscriptions/00000000-0000-0000-0000-0000000000000/resourceGroups/vRoute r/providers/
Microsoft.Network/publicIPAddresses/vRouter1-IP
data:	Name	: vRouter1-IP data:	Type	: Microsoft.Network/publicIPAddresses
data:	Location	: westus data:	Provisioning state	: Succeeded data:	Allocation 
method	: Dynamic data:	IP version	: IPv4
data:	Idle timeout in minutes	: 4
data:	Domain name label	: vrouter1 data:	FQDN	: vrouter1.westus.cloudapp.azure.com
info:	network public-ip create command OK