Pricing for Public IP addresses in Azure can vary based on the tier chosen by the customer – Basic or Standard and the type of IP address – dynamic or static. The table below summarizes the pricing structure for Public IPs.
Note: Azure has two different deployment models for creating and working with resources—Resource Manager (ARM) and classic (ASM).
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|Type||Basic (Classic)||Basic (ARM)||Standard (ARM)|
|Dynamic IP address|| First Cloud Service VIP: Free |
|Static IP address |
(reservation + usage)
|First 5: Free |
| First 5: $-/hour2 |
The limits imposed on IP addresses are indicated in the full set of limits for networking in Azure. Contact support to increase the default limits based on your business needs (up to the maximum limits).
IP address remaps
* Applicable only for deployments in ASM/Classic deployment model
Every time a reserved IP address is associated with a new Cloud Service, it is considered a remap. The first 100 remaps per month are free. All additional remaps are charged at $0.1/remap.
In ARM deployment model, there is no charge for dynamic public IP addresses when the associated virtual machine is “stopped-deallocated”. However, you’re charged for a static public IP address irrespective of the associated resource (unless it is part of the first five static ones in the region). For more details on static versus dynamic allocation method, refer to this article.
In ASM deployment model, there is no charge for instance level public IP (ILPIP) addresses when the virtual machine is stopped-deallocated.
For static public IP addresses in ARM deployment model, and reserved IP addresses in ASM deployment model, the billing clock starts the second hour after you create the IP address (to allow time to assign the IP address appropriately). The clock stops when you delete the IP address resource.
For all other public IP addresses, the clock starts when the associated resource is started, and stops when the associated resource is deleted or stopped-dealloacted.
In addition to the features included in the Basic Public IP, the Standard Public IP provides zone resiliency. Coupled with the Standard Load Balancer, this provides high availability and zone resiliency.
If you purchased Public IP address before September 2017, you are on the Basic Public IP.
It's a reserved IP address that isn't used in a running deployment. We charge a nominal fee (see the pricing table) for unused reserved IP addresses.
No, there is no charge as long as there's one running virtual machine in a deployment, and the reserved IP is within the five included in-use reserved IP addresses.
However, the reserved IP address will be charged if all the virtual machines in the deployment are in the stopped-deallocated state.
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