This public IP address serves as a load-balanced virtual IP address (VIP).You can assign either a dynamic or a static public IP address to a load balancer front-end.
You can associate a public IP address with an Azure Application Gateway, by assigning it to the gateway's frontend configuration.
This public IP address serves as a load-balanced VIP.
You need to assign a public IP address to its IP configuration to enable it to communicate with the remote network.
Currently, you can only assign a public IP address to a VPN gateway.
In case of a multi-network interface VM, each interface gets a private IP address assigned.
You can specify the allocation method as either dynamic or static for a network interface.Currently, you can only assign a public IP address to an application gateway frontend configuration.The table below shows the specific property through which a public IP address can be associated to a top-level resource, and the possible allocation methods (dynamic or static) that can be used.Private IP addresses allow Azure resources to communicate with other resources in a virtual network or an on-premises network through a VPN gateway or Express Route circuit, without using an Internet-reachable IP address.In the Azure Resource Manager deployment model, a private IP address is associated to the following types of Azure resources: A private IP address is allocated from the address range of the subnet to which the resource is attached.In Azure Resource Manager, a public IP address is a resource that has its own properties.