Once you deploy a vMX 100 to Azure, I am aware it deploys it to a Locked Resource Group.
However the Public IP it assigns to the vMX is Dynamic, meaning if the device is ever rebooted in Azure it will change the Public IP.
I have not found a way to make this static.
I want to make it static due to the amount of VPN's now configured to go to it.
Has anyone come across this as a problem or has been able to unlock the resource group to change the IP to Static?
@NolanHerring- Thanks Nolan,
vMX doesn't have Security Appliance > Configure > Addressing & VLANs.So unable to set Dynamic DNS.
I wonder if setting a subdomain of the client's main domain to point to the IP of the vMX in Azure may be a way to go - but not entirely sure. Will test it out.
@PhilipDAth- Thanks Philip,
In Azure the resource group where the IP is located is locked - and I am unable to remove the lock to set the IP to static.
Seems the vMX is stripped back version of physical MX and a lot of the functionality is not available in the vMX.