A. Go to the Azure Portal.
B. Navigate to the Virtual machines blade.
C. Stop the source Management Server VM in the navigation pane.
D. Disassociate the public IP from the source NIC.
Note - disassociation will prevent access to the source Management Server through the public IP address.
a. From the source VM resource, select the public IP address.
b. From the navigation pane, select Overview.
c. Select Disassociate.
In the confirmation dialog box, Sselect Yes.
Save the name of the public IP resource for the next steps.
E. Associate the public IP address with target Management Server VM.
a. Go to the target Management Server VM resource group.
b. Select the network interface eth0.
c. In the navigation pane select IP Configuration.
d. Select the existing configuration (ipconfig1).
e. Edit the configuration to use the public IP resource from step D and click Save.
F. Connect to the target Management Server VM through SSH.
G. Log in to Gaia Clish.
H. Remove the old alias interface:
delete interface eth0 alias eth0:1
I. Add a new interface alias with the source public IP address (mask must be /32):
add interface eth0 alias source-public-ip /32
J. Save your changes: