Short answer: no
That said, I’ve experienced this with premises servers and I think it’s, to some degree, a firewall issue. For example, there are times I want to obtain the WAN address that my PBX is using so I will run a dig command:
dig +short myip.opendns.com @resolver1.opendns.com
But no results will populate, because I’m getting blocked. Whereas this issue never occurs for servers in the cloud.
What are you trying to accomplish? If it’s just a simple on prem config, I’d get your WAN address and subnets manually and enter them in.
If you’re trying to use a dynamic external address, purchase the module system admin pro and use the DDNS setting there. Of course, if you have your own, you can use that too. Only caveat is that you don’t want your firewall cutting you off.