Azure Functions with a Static IP

Before we dive in…

VNet Integration

  1. Create a new VNet with an address space of your choice, I used 10.2.0.0/16.
  2. Create a NAT Gateway with a new public IP address.
  3. Create a new subnet inside of the above VNet with an appropriate address range, I used 10.2.1.0/26. Attach the NAT Gateway and then delegate the subnet to Microsoft.Web/serverFarms.
  4. Create a new function app on the premium app service plan (remember, premium or dedicated plans are required for VNet integration) and publish your function(s) to this function app
  5. Integrate the function app with the VNet by selecting Networking > VNet Integration from the left-hand menu. In the configuration menu, select the VNet you created in step 1 and the subnet with the NAT Gateway attached from step 3

One more step…

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