Hi, I have found various comments around dynamic IP addresses and the Gateways locations. I haven’t found one about pooled IP addresses and what to do about that.
My scenario -
I utilize Azure services as well as many hundreds of private endpoints within Azure. To make those private endpoints work I need to make DNS queries happen within Azure. Then from my office locations I need to forward my DNS requests for conditional forwarding to my setup in Azure. I also have an internal AD domain that doesn’t have domain controllers in the office and all those forwarding rules go to my Azure network as well. I also have a VDI setup in Azure that I would like to use as a location. In Azure I have the Azure firewall deployed and by the nature of the firewall using load balancers under the covers there are SNAT limits. This means the firewall uses a pool of public IP addresses for dynamic NAT going to Cloudflare. I have 0 control over pinning DNS queries from the Azure DNS servers to what IP it needs to use in Cloudflare to build a location for it.
As I’m testing the free version, it looks like I can only specify the IP by the Cloudflare page picking for me. If I go to the paid version I can specify a location, but is it 1 IP per location? Or can I have a pool of IP’s per location?