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MANAGE-VLAN(1)         AppNexus CLI Documentation v0.199        MANAGE-VLAN(1)

NAME
       manage-vlan - list VLANs, list/reserve/modify/release IP addresses

SYNOPSIS
       manage-vlan list [-s col_name | -b col_name] [-f filters] [-R]
       manage-vlan list-addresses [-a | -r | -u] [-s col_name | -b col_name] [-f filters] [-R]
       manage-vlan reserve-address --ip address [-d description]
       manage-vlan modify-address --ip address -d description
       manage-vlan release-address --ip address
       manage-vlan get-acl --vlan-id vlan_id [--file path]
       manage-vlan set-acl --vlan-id vlan_id (--file path | -) [--force]
       manage-vlan append-acl --vlan-id vlan_id (--file path | -)
       manage-vlan validate-acl (--file path | -)
       manage-vlan history [--vlan-id vlan_id] [--depth number]
       manage-vlan command [--username username] [--password password]
       manage-vlan command -h
       manage-vlan (help | -h) [command]
       manage-vlan -V

DESCRIPTION
       This command lets you list your VLANs, and list, reserve, modify, and release IP
       addresses in your VLANs. Reserving an IP address means it will not be
       used to launch an instance unless you explicitly specify it. You do not need to 
       reserve an IP address from your VLAN before using it.

       This command is also used to manage VLAN Access Control Lists (ACLs). You can re-
       trieve and change your VLAN ACL either completely or by appending new Access Con-
       trol Entries (ACEs) to the existing ACL. Before changing the ACL you can use this
       tool to check the validity of new ACEs.

OPTIONS
       --vlan-id
           ID number of VLAN. Must be a composite string '<datacenter_id>:<vlan_id>', e.g.
           'NYM1:1', 'LAX1:210'.

       --ip
           IP address to reserve, release, or modify. Must be a composite string 
           '<datacenter_id>:<ip_address>', e.g. 'NYM1:192.168.128.1', 'LAX1:192.168.128.2'.

       -a, --available
           List available IP addresses in your VLANs.

       -r, --reserved
           List IP addresses that you have already reserved.

       -u, --used
           List IP addresses that are used by your instances.

       -d, --description
           Optional custom description to attach to the IP address.

       --file
           Path to a file that is used for either uploading an ACL or ACE or for storing 
           a retrieved ACL. This parameter is mutually exclusive with a lone dash (stdin).

       --force
           If user attempts to clear the VLAN ACL completely, they will be prompted to 
           enter "--force" as a precaution.

       --depth
           Number of most recent operations to show in history.  Default is 20.

       -s, --sort
           Column name(s) for sorting (ip_address, vlan_id, subnet, priority, state, in-
           stance_id, description). Use --sort <column_name1>{,<column_nameN>}.

       -b, --rsort
           Column name(s) for reverse sorting.

       -f, --filter
           Filter results by column name (ip_address, vlan_id, subnet, priority, state, 
           instance_id, description). Use --filter <column_name1>=<pattern1>{,<patternN>}
           {<column_name2>=<pattern2>{,<patternN>} where {} indicates an optional parameter.
           Do not use a space between multiple patterns. For example, --filter state=re-
           served, available.

       -R, --raw
           Output data in tab-delimited form.

       --username
           Username for the API; same as for Customer Portal. If desired, this can be speci-
           fied in CLI config file "rpc.cfg" (expected locations: /etc/appnexus, ~/.appnexus,
           or the current working directory). 

       --password
           Password for the API; same as for Customer Portal. If password isn't specified, 
           you'll be asked to enter it. Note that specifying a password on the command line 
           is insecure. The password could be specified in a CLI config file. To ensure that 
           no one but you has access to it, set the file access mode to 400 or 600.

       -V, --version
           Version of the command-line interface you are currently using.

       -h, --help
           Display help.

COMMANDS
       list

           List all VLANs belonging to the customer.

           Required Parameters: none
           Optional Parameters: (-s/--sort | -b/--rsort), -f/--filter, -R/--raw

       list-addresses

           List all available IP addresses. Output includes VLAN ID; state (used, availa-
           ble, or reserved); instance ID if applicable; and description, if you have 
           added one.

           Required Parameters: none
           Optional Parameters: (-a/--available | -r/--reserved | -u/--used), (-s/--sort
            | -b/--rsort), -f/--filter, -R/--raw

       reserve-address

           Reserve IP address from being automatically used for instance launch. You still
           can launch an instance with an already reserved IP address: pass the optional
           parameter '--ip' for the 'manage-instance launch' command.

           Required Parameters: --ip
           Optional Parameters: -d/--description

       modify-address

           Change or add a description for an IP address.

           Required Parameters: --ip, -d/--description
Optional Parameters: none

       release-address

           Release a previously reserved IP address.

           Required Parameters: --ip
           Optional Parameters: none

       get-acl

           Show VLAN ACL. You can pass the optional parameter '--file' for storing the ACL
           in file.

           Required Parameters: --vlan-id
           Optional Parameters: --file

       set-acl

           Set VLAN ACL completely, overwriting the current ACL. If user attempts to clear
           the ACL by submitting a blank file or blank standard input (stdin), they will
           be prompted to enter "--force" as a precaution.

           Required Parameters: --vlan-id, (--file | -)
           Optional Parameters: --force

       append-acl

           Append ACE(s) to the end of the existing VLAN ACL. Will not affect existing 
           ACEs.

           Required Parameters: --vlan-id, (--file | -)
           Optional Parameters: none

       validate-acl

           Validate syntax and semantics of ACE(s).

           Required Parameters: (--file | -)
           Optional Parameters: none

       history

           Show history of operations on VLANs. If no particular VLAN is specified then 
           operations on all VLANs will be displayed.

           Required Parameters: none
           Optional Parameters: --vlan-id, --depth

       help

           Show help.

           Required Parameters: none
           Optional Parameters: list, list-addresses, reserve-address, modify-address, 
           release-address, history

SEE ALSO
       manage-instance, manage-server, manage-lb-ip, manage-lb-pool, manage-cdn-domain, 
       manage-gslb-zone, manage-gslb-domain, manage-gslb-group

0.199                             2009-11-20                    MANAGE-VLAN(1)
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