I am unable to get an Azure VM running Windows Server 2012 to serve up the IIS default website from it's public static IP.
Created a VM running Win Server 2012 R2 and installed web server role.
Browse to localhost and can see the default website is working
In Azure, configured the VM to have a Public Static IP address and added DNS name to azure which is publicly resolving to the static IP.
In Azure, configured a Security Group for the VM network interface and added the following rules:
allow-http source: any source port: 80 dest: any dest port: 80 service: tcp/80 action: allow allow-https source: any source port: 80 dest: any dest port: 80 service: tcp/443 action: allow
In Windows Firewall settings, made sure the rules to allow HTTP and HTTPS traffic are enabled. (I have also tried disabling the firewall entirely).
In IIS make sure the default website is bound to any IP address.
When I try to connect to the VM static IP address, e.g.:
http://MY.PUBLIC.STATIC.IP, I cant connect at all. I can't PING the server either.
Any ideas on what I am doing wrong?