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Azure Native v2.37.0 published on Monday, Apr 15, 2024 by Pulumi

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Azure Native v2.37.0 published on Monday, Apr 15, 2024 by Pulumi

    Defines the ExternalNetwork item. Azure REST API version: 2023-02-01-preview. Prior API version in Azure Native 1.x: 2023-02-01-preview.

    Other available API versions: 2023-06-15.

    Example Usage

    ExternalNetworks_Create_MaximumSet_Gen

    using System.Collections.Generic;
    using System.Linq;
    using Pulumi;
    using AzureNative = Pulumi.AzureNative;
    
    return await Deployment.RunAsync(() => 
    {
        var externalNetwork = new AzureNative.ManagedNetworkFabric.ExternalNetwork("externalNetwork", new()
        {
            ExportRoutePolicyId = "/subscriptions/subscriptionId/resourceGroups/resourceGroupName/providers/Microsoft.ManagedNetworkFabric/routePolicies/routePolicyName",
            ExternalNetworkName = "example-externalnetwork",
            ImportRoutePolicyId = "/subscriptions/subscriptionId/resourceGroups/resourceGroupName/providers/Microsoft.ManagedNetworkFabric/routePolicies/routePolicyName",
            L3IsolationDomainName = "example-l3domain",
            OptionAProperties = new AzureNative.ManagedNetworkFabric.Inputs.ExternalNetworkPropertiesOptionAPropertiesArgs
            {
                Mtu = 1500,
                PeerASN = 65047,
                PrimaryIpv4Prefix = "10.1.1.0/30",
                PrimaryIpv6Prefix = "3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a0/126",
                SecondaryIpv4Prefix = "10.1.1.4/30",
                SecondaryIpv6Prefix = "3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a4/126",
                VlanId = 1001,
            },
            OptionBProperties = new AzureNative.ManagedNetworkFabric.Inputs.OptionBPropertiesArgs
            {
                ExportRouteTargets = new[]
                {
                    "65046:10039",
                },
                ImportRouteTargets = new[]
                {
                    "65046:10039",
                },
            },
            PeeringOption = AzureNative.ManagedNetworkFabric.PeeringOption.OptionA,
            ResourceGroupName = "resourceGroupName",
        });
    
    });
    
    package main
    
    import (
    	"github.com/pulumi/pulumi-azure-native-sdk/managednetworkfabric/v2"
    	"github.com/pulumi/pulumi/sdk/v3/go/pulumi"
    )
    
    func main() {
    	pulumi.Run(func(ctx *pulumi.Context) error {
    		_, err := managednetworkfabric.NewExternalNetwork(ctx, "externalNetwork", &managednetworkfabric.ExternalNetworkArgs{
    			ExportRoutePolicyId:   pulumi.String("/subscriptions/subscriptionId/resourceGroups/resourceGroupName/providers/Microsoft.ManagedNetworkFabric/routePolicies/routePolicyName"),
    			ExternalNetworkName:   pulumi.String("example-externalnetwork"),
    			ImportRoutePolicyId:   pulumi.String("/subscriptions/subscriptionId/resourceGroups/resourceGroupName/providers/Microsoft.ManagedNetworkFabric/routePolicies/routePolicyName"),
    			L3IsolationDomainName: pulumi.String("example-l3domain"),
    			OptionAProperties: &managednetworkfabric.ExternalNetworkPropertiesOptionAPropertiesArgs{
    				Mtu:                 pulumi.Int(1500),
    				PeerASN:             pulumi.Int(65047),
    				PrimaryIpv4Prefix:   pulumi.String("10.1.1.0/30"),
    				PrimaryIpv6Prefix:   pulumi.String("3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a0/126"),
    				SecondaryIpv4Prefix: pulumi.String("10.1.1.4/30"),
    				SecondaryIpv6Prefix: pulumi.String("3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a4/126"),
    				VlanId:              pulumi.Int(1001),
    			},
    			OptionBProperties: &managednetworkfabric.OptionBPropertiesArgs{
    				ExportRouteTargets: pulumi.StringArray{
    					pulumi.String("65046:10039"),
    				},
    				ImportRouteTargets: pulumi.StringArray{
    					pulumi.String("65046:10039"),
    				},
    			},
    			PeeringOption:     pulumi.String(managednetworkfabric.PeeringOptionOptionA),
    			ResourceGroupName: pulumi.String("resourceGroupName"),
    		})
    		if err != nil {
    			return err
    		}
    		return nil
    	})
    }
    
    package generated_program;
    
    import com.pulumi.Context;
    import com.pulumi.Pulumi;
    import com.pulumi.core.Output;
    import com.pulumi.azurenative.managednetworkfabric.ExternalNetwork;
    import com.pulumi.azurenative.managednetworkfabric.ExternalNetworkArgs;
    import com.pulumi.azurenative.managednetworkfabric.inputs.ExternalNetworkPropertiesOptionAPropertiesArgs;
    import com.pulumi.azurenative.managednetworkfabric.inputs.OptionBPropertiesArgs;
    import java.util.List;
    import java.util.ArrayList;
    import java.util.Map;
    import java.io.File;
    import java.nio.file.Files;
    import java.nio.file.Paths;
    
    public class App {
        public static void main(String[] args) {
            Pulumi.run(App::stack);
        }
    
        public static void stack(Context ctx) {
            var externalNetwork = new ExternalNetwork("externalNetwork", ExternalNetworkArgs.builder()        
                .exportRoutePolicyId("/subscriptions/subscriptionId/resourceGroups/resourceGroupName/providers/Microsoft.ManagedNetworkFabric/routePolicies/routePolicyName")
                .externalNetworkName("example-externalnetwork")
                .importRoutePolicyId("/subscriptions/subscriptionId/resourceGroups/resourceGroupName/providers/Microsoft.ManagedNetworkFabric/routePolicies/routePolicyName")
                .l3IsolationDomainName("example-l3domain")
                .optionAProperties(ExternalNetworkPropertiesOptionAPropertiesArgs.builder()
                    .mtu(1500)
                    .peerASN(65047)
                    .primaryIpv4Prefix("10.1.1.0/30")
                    .primaryIpv6Prefix("3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a0/126")
                    .secondaryIpv4Prefix("10.1.1.4/30")
                    .secondaryIpv6Prefix("3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a4/126")
                    .vlanId(1001)
                    .build())
                .optionBProperties(OptionBPropertiesArgs.builder()
                    .exportRouteTargets("65046:10039")
                    .importRouteTargets("65046:10039")
                    .build())
                .peeringOption("OptionA")
                .resourceGroupName("resourceGroupName")
                .build());
    
        }
    }
    
    import pulumi
    import pulumi_azure_native as azure_native
    
    external_network = azure_native.managednetworkfabric.ExternalNetwork("externalNetwork",
        export_route_policy_id="/subscriptions/subscriptionId/resourceGroups/resourceGroupName/providers/Microsoft.ManagedNetworkFabric/routePolicies/routePolicyName",
        external_network_name="example-externalnetwork",
        import_route_policy_id="/subscriptions/subscriptionId/resourceGroups/resourceGroupName/providers/Microsoft.ManagedNetworkFabric/routePolicies/routePolicyName",
        l3_isolation_domain_name="example-l3domain",
        option_a_properties=azure_native.managednetworkfabric.ExternalNetworkPropertiesOptionAPropertiesArgs(
            mtu=1500,
            peer_asn=65047,
            primary_ipv4_prefix="10.1.1.0/30",
            primary_ipv6_prefix="3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a0/126",
            secondary_ipv4_prefix="10.1.1.4/30",
            secondary_ipv6_prefix="3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a4/126",
            vlan_id=1001,
        ),
        option_b_properties=azure_native.managednetworkfabric.OptionBPropertiesArgs(
            export_route_targets=["65046:10039"],
            import_route_targets=["65046:10039"],
        ),
        peering_option=azure_native.managednetworkfabric.PeeringOption.OPTION_A,
        resource_group_name="resourceGroupName")
    
    import * as pulumi from "@pulumi/pulumi";
    import * as azure_native from "@pulumi/azure-native";
    
    const externalNetwork = new azure_native.managednetworkfabric.ExternalNetwork("externalNetwork", {
        exportRoutePolicyId: "/subscriptions/subscriptionId/resourceGroups/resourceGroupName/providers/Microsoft.ManagedNetworkFabric/routePolicies/routePolicyName",
        externalNetworkName: "example-externalnetwork",
        importRoutePolicyId: "/subscriptions/subscriptionId/resourceGroups/resourceGroupName/providers/Microsoft.ManagedNetworkFabric/routePolicies/routePolicyName",
        l3IsolationDomainName: "example-l3domain",
        optionAProperties: {
            mtu: 1500,
            peerASN: 65047,
            primaryIpv4Prefix: "10.1.1.0/30",
            primaryIpv6Prefix: "3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a0/126",
            secondaryIpv4Prefix: "10.1.1.4/30",
            secondaryIpv6Prefix: "3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a4/126",
            vlanId: 1001,
        },
        optionBProperties: {
            exportRouteTargets: ["65046:10039"],
            importRouteTargets: ["65046:10039"],
        },
        peeringOption: azure_native.managednetworkfabric.PeeringOption.OptionA,
        resourceGroupName: "resourceGroupName",
    });
    
    resources:
      externalNetwork:
        type: azure-native:managednetworkfabric:ExternalNetwork
        properties:
          exportRoutePolicyId: /subscriptions/subscriptionId/resourceGroups/resourceGroupName/providers/Microsoft.ManagedNetworkFabric/routePolicies/routePolicyName
          externalNetworkName: example-externalnetwork
          importRoutePolicyId: /subscriptions/subscriptionId/resourceGroups/resourceGroupName/providers/Microsoft.ManagedNetworkFabric/routePolicies/routePolicyName
          l3IsolationDomainName: example-l3domain
          optionAProperties:
            mtu: 1500
            peerASN: 65047
            primaryIpv4Prefix: 10.1.1.0/30
            primaryIpv6Prefix: 3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a0/126
            secondaryIpv4Prefix: 10.1.1.4/30
            secondaryIpv6Prefix: 3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a4/126
            vlanId: 1001
          optionBProperties:
            exportRouteTargets:
              - 65046:10039
            importRouteTargets:
              - 65046:10039
          peeringOption: OptionA
          resourceGroupName: resourceGroupName
    

    Create ExternalNetwork Resource

    Resources are created with functions called constructors. To learn more about declaring and configuring resources, see Resources.

    Constructor syntax

    new ExternalNetwork(name: string, args: ExternalNetworkArgs, opts?: CustomResourceOptions);
    @overload
    def ExternalNetwork(resource_name: str,
                        args: ExternalNetworkArgs,
                        opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None)
    
    @overload
    def ExternalNetwork(resource_name: str,
                        opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None,
                        l3_isolation_domain_name: Optional[str] = None,
                        peering_option: Optional[Union[str, PeeringOption]] = None,
                        resource_group_name: Optional[str] = None,
                        annotation: Optional[str] = None,
                        export_route_policy_id: Optional[str] = None,
                        external_network_name: Optional[str] = None,
                        import_route_policy_id: Optional[str] = None,
                        option_a_properties: Optional[ExternalNetworkPropertiesOptionAPropertiesArgs] = None,
                        option_b_properties: Optional[OptionBPropertiesArgs] = None)
    func NewExternalNetwork(ctx *Context, name string, args ExternalNetworkArgs, opts ...ResourceOption) (*ExternalNetwork, error)
    public ExternalNetwork(string name, ExternalNetworkArgs args, CustomResourceOptions? opts = null)
    public ExternalNetwork(String name, ExternalNetworkArgs args)
    public ExternalNetwork(String name, ExternalNetworkArgs args, CustomResourceOptions options)
    
    type: azure-native:managednetworkfabric:ExternalNetwork
    properties: # The arguments to resource properties.
    options: # Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    
    

    Parameters

    name string
    The unique name of the resource.
    args ExternalNetworkArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts CustomResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    resource_name str
    The unique name of the resource.
    args ExternalNetworkArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts ResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    ctx Context
    Context object for the current deployment.
    name string
    The unique name of the resource.
    args ExternalNetworkArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts ResourceOption
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    name string
    The unique name of the resource.
    args ExternalNetworkArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts CustomResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    name String
    The unique name of the resource.
    args ExternalNetworkArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    options CustomResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.

    Example

    The following reference example uses placeholder values for all input properties.

    var externalNetworkResource = new AzureNative.ManagedNetworkFabric.ExternalNetwork("externalNetworkResource", new()
    {
        L3IsolationDomainName = "string",
        PeeringOption = "string",
        ResourceGroupName = "string",
        Annotation = "string",
        ExportRoutePolicyId = "string",
        ExternalNetworkName = "string",
        ImportRoutePolicyId = "string",
        OptionAProperties = new AzureNative.ManagedNetworkFabric.Inputs.ExternalNetworkPropertiesOptionAPropertiesArgs
        {
            PeerASN = 0,
            VlanId = 0,
            Mtu = 0,
            PrimaryIpv4Prefix = "string",
            PrimaryIpv6Prefix = "string",
            SecondaryIpv4Prefix = "string",
            SecondaryIpv6Prefix = "string",
        },
        OptionBProperties = new AzureNative.ManagedNetworkFabric.Inputs.OptionBPropertiesArgs
        {
            ExportRouteTargets = new[]
            {
                "string",
            },
            ImportRouteTargets = new[]
            {
                "string",
            },
        },
    });
    
    example, err := managednetworkfabric.NewExternalNetwork(ctx, "externalNetworkResource", &managednetworkfabric.ExternalNetworkArgs{
    L3IsolationDomainName: pulumi.String("string"),
    PeeringOption: pulumi.String("string"),
    ResourceGroupName: pulumi.String("string"),
    Annotation: pulumi.String("string"),
    ExportRoutePolicyId: pulumi.String("string"),
    ExternalNetworkName: pulumi.String("string"),
    ImportRoutePolicyId: pulumi.String("string"),
    OptionAProperties: &managednetworkfabric.ExternalNetworkPropertiesOptionAPropertiesArgs{
    PeerASN: pulumi.Int(0),
    VlanId: pulumi.Int(0),
    Mtu: pulumi.Int(0),
    PrimaryIpv4Prefix: pulumi.String("string"),
    PrimaryIpv6Prefix: pulumi.String("string"),
    SecondaryIpv4Prefix: pulumi.String("string"),
    SecondaryIpv6Prefix: pulumi.String("string"),
    },
    OptionBProperties: &managednetworkfabric.OptionBPropertiesArgs{
    ExportRouteTargets: pulumi.StringArray{
    pulumi.String("string"),
    },
    ImportRouteTargets: pulumi.StringArray{
    pulumi.String("string"),
    },
    },
    })
    
    var externalNetworkResource = new ExternalNetwork("externalNetworkResource", ExternalNetworkArgs.builder()        
        .l3IsolationDomainName("string")
        .peeringOption("string")
        .resourceGroupName("string")
        .annotation("string")
        .exportRoutePolicyId("string")
        .externalNetworkName("string")
        .importRoutePolicyId("string")
        .optionAProperties(ExternalNetworkPropertiesOptionAPropertiesArgs.builder()
            .peerASN(0)
            .vlanId(0)
            .mtu(0)
            .primaryIpv4Prefix("string")
            .primaryIpv6Prefix("string")
            .secondaryIpv4Prefix("string")
            .secondaryIpv6Prefix("string")
            .build())
        .optionBProperties(OptionBPropertiesArgs.builder()
            .exportRouteTargets("string")
            .importRouteTargets("string")
            .build())
        .build());
    
    external_network_resource = azure_native.managednetworkfabric.ExternalNetwork("externalNetworkResource",
        l3_isolation_domain_name="string",
        peering_option="string",
        resource_group_name="string",
        annotation="string",
        export_route_policy_id="string",
        external_network_name="string",
        import_route_policy_id="string",
        option_a_properties=azure_native.managednetworkfabric.ExternalNetworkPropertiesOptionAPropertiesArgs(
            peer_asn=0,
            vlan_id=0,
            mtu=0,
            primary_ipv4_prefix="string",
            primary_ipv6_prefix="string",
            secondary_ipv4_prefix="string",
            secondary_ipv6_prefix="string",
        ),
        option_b_properties=azure_native.managednetworkfabric.OptionBPropertiesArgs(
            export_route_targets=["string"],
            import_route_targets=["string"],
        ))
    
    const externalNetworkResource = new azure_native.managednetworkfabric.ExternalNetwork("externalNetworkResource", {
        l3IsolationDomainName: "string",
        peeringOption: "string",
        resourceGroupName: "string",
        annotation: "string",
        exportRoutePolicyId: "string",
        externalNetworkName: "string",
        importRoutePolicyId: "string",
        optionAProperties: {
            peerASN: 0,
            vlanId: 0,
            mtu: 0,
            primaryIpv4Prefix: "string",
            primaryIpv6Prefix: "string",
            secondaryIpv4Prefix: "string",
            secondaryIpv6Prefix: "string",
        },
        optionBProperties: {
            exportRouteTargets: ["string"],
            importRouteTargets: ["string"],
        },
    });
    
    type: azure-native:managednetworkfabric:ExternalNetwork
    properties:
        annotation: string
        exportRoutePolicyId: string
        externalNetworkName: string
        importRoutePolicyId: string
        l3IsolationDomainName: string
        optionAProperties:
            mtu: 0
            peerASN: 0
            primaryIpv4Prefix: string
            primaryIpv6Prefix: string
            secondaryIpv4Prefix: string
            secondaryIpv6Prefix: string
            vlanId: 0
        optionBProperties:
            exportRouteTargets:
                - string
            importRouteTargets:
                - string
        peeringOption: string
        resourceGroupName: string
    

    ExternalNetwork Resource Properties

    To learn more about resource properties and how to use them, see Inputs and Outputs in the Architecture and Concepts docs.

    Inputs

    The ExternalNetwork resource accepts the following input properties:

    L3IsolationDomainName string
    Name of the L3IsolationDomain
    PeeringOption string | Pulumi.AzureNative.ManagedNetworkFabric.PeeringOption
    Peering option list.
    ResourceGroupName string
    The name of the resource group. The name is case insensitive.
    Annotation string
    Switch configuration description.
    ExportRoutePolicyId string
    ARM resource ID of exportRoutePolicy.
    ExternalNetworkName string
    Name of the ExternalNetwork
    ImportRoutePolicyId string
    ARM resource ID of importRoutePolicy.
    OptionAProperties Pulumi.AzureNative.ManagedNetworkFabric.Inputs.ExternalNetworkPropertiesOptionAProperties
    option A properties object
    OptionBProperties Pulumi.AzureNative.ManagedNetworkFabric.Inputs.OptionBProperties
    option B properties object
    L3IsolationDomainName string
    Name of the L3IsolationDomain
    PeeringOption string | PeeringOption
    Peering option list.
    ResourceGroupName string
    The name of the resource group. The name is case insensitive.
    Annotation string
    Switch configuration description.
    ExportRoutePolicyId string
    ARM resource ID of exportRoutePolicy.
    ExternalNetworkName string
    Name of the ExternalNetwork
    ImportRoutePolicyId string
    ARM resource ID of importRoutePolicy.
    OptionAProperties ExternalNetworkPropertiesOptionAPropertiesArgs
    option A properties object
    OptionBProperties OptionBPropertiesArgs
    option B properties object
    l3IsolationDomainName String
    Name of the L3IsolationDomain
    peeringOption String | PeeringOption
    Peering option list.
    resourceGroupName String
    The name of the resource group. The name is case insensitive.
    annotation String
    Switch configuration description.
    exportRoutePolicyId String
    ARM resource ID of exportRoutePolicy.
    externalNetworkName String
    Name of the ExternalNetwork
    importRoutePolicyId String
    ARM resource ID of importRoutePolicy.
    optionAProperties ExternalNetworkPropertiesOptionAProperties
    option A properties object
    optionBProperties OptionBProperties
    option B properties object
    l3IsolationDomainName string
    Name of the L3IsolationDomain
    peeringOption string | PeeringOption
    Peering option list.
    resourceGroupName string
    The name of the resource group. The name is case insensitive.
    annotation string
    Switch configuration description.
    exportRoutePolicyId string
    ARM resource ID of exportRoutePolicy.
    externalNetworkName string
    Name of the ExternalNetwork
    importRoutePolicyId string
    ARM resource ID of importRoutePolicy.
    optionAProperties ExternalNetworkPropertiesOptionAProperties
    option A properties object
    optionBProperties OptionBProperties
    option B properties object
    l3_isolation_domain_name str
    Name of the L3IsolationDomain
    peering_option str | PeeringOption
    Peering option list.
    resource_group_name str
    The name of the resource group. The name is case insensitive.
    annotation str
    Switch configuration description.
    export_route_policy_id str
    ARM resource ID of exportRoutePolicy.
    external_network_name str
    Name of the ExternalNetwork
    import_route_policy_id str
    ARM resource ID of importRoutePolicy.
    option_a_properties ExternalNetworkPropertiesOptionAPropertiesArgs
    option A properties object
    option_b_properties OptionBPropertiesArgs
    option B properties object
    l3IsolationDomainName String
    Name of the L3IsolationDomain
    peeringOption String | "OptionA" | "OptionB"
    Peering option list.
    resourceGroupName String
    The name of the resource group. The name is case insensitive.
    annotation String
    Switch configuration description.
    exportRoutePolicyId String
    ARM resource ID of exportRoutePolicy.
    externalNetworkName String
    Name of the ExternalNetwork
    importRoutePolicyId String
    ARM resource ID of importRoutePolicy.
    optionAProperties Property Map
    option A properties object
    optionBProperties Property Map
    option B properties object

    Outputs

    All input properties are implicitly available as output properties. Additionally, the ExternalNetwork resource produces the following output properties:

    AdministrativeState string
    AdministrativeState of the externalNetwork. Example: Enabled | Disabled.
    DisabledOnResources List<string>
    List of resources the externalNetwork is disabled on. Can be either entire NetworkFabric or NetworkRack.
    Id string
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    Name string
    The name of the resource
    NetworkToNetworkInterconnectId string
    Gets the networkToNetworkInterconnectId of the resource.
    ProvisioningState string
    Gets the provisioning state of the resource.
    SystemData Pulumi.AzureNative.ManagedNetworkFabric.Outputs.SystemDataResponse
    Azure Resource Manager metadata containing createdBy and modifiedBy information.
    Type string
    The type of the resource. E.g. "Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines" or "Microsoft.Storage/storageAccounts"
    AdministrativeState string
    AdministrativeState of the externalNetwork. Example: Enabled | Disabled.
    DisabledOnResources []string
    List of resources the externalNetwork is disabled on. Can be either entire NetworkFabric or NetworkRack.
    Id string
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    Name string
    The name of the resource
    NetworkToNetworkInterconnectId string
    Gets the networkToNetworkInterconnectId of the resource.
    ProvisioningState string
    Gets the provisioning state of the resource.
    SystemData SystemDataResponse
    Azure Resource Manager metadata containing createdBy and modifiedBy information.
    Type string
    The type of the resource. E.g. "Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines" or "Microsoft.Storage/storageAccounts"
    administrativeState String
    AdministrativeState of the externalNetwork. Example: Enabled | Disabled.
    disabledOnResources List<String>
    List of resources the externalNetwork is disabled on. Can be either entire NetworkFabric or NetworkRack.
    id String
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    name String
    The name of the resource
    networkToNetworkInterconnectId String
    Gets the networkToNetworkInterconnectId of the resource.
    provisioningState String
    Gets the provisioning state of the resource.
    systemData SystemDataResponse
    Azure Resource Manager metadata containing createdBy and modifiedBy information.
    type String
    The type of the resource. E.g. "Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines" or "Microsoft.Storage/storageAccounts"
    administrativeState string
    AdministrativeState of the externalNetwork. Example: Enabled | Disabled.
    disabledOnResources string[]
    List of resources the externalNetwork is disabled on. Can be either entire NetworkFabric or NetworkRack.
    id string
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    name string
    The name of the resource
    networkToNetworkInterconnectId string
    Gets the networkToNetworkInterconnectId of the resource.
    provisioningState string
    Gets the provisioning state of the resource.
    systemData SystemDataResponse
    Azure Resource Manager metadata containing createdBy and modifiedBy information.
    type string
    The type of the resource. E.g. "Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines" or "Microsoft.Storage/storageAccounts"
    administrative_state str
    AdministrativeState of the externalNetwork. Example: Enabled | Disabled.
    disabled_on_resources Sequence[str]
    List of resources the externalNetwork is disabled on. Can be either entire NetworkFabric or NetworkRack.
    id str
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    name str
    The name of the resource
    network_to_network_interconnect_id str
    Gets the networkToNetworkInterconnectId of the resource.
    provisioning_state str
    Gets the provisioning state of the resource.
    system_data SystemDataResponse
    Azure Resource Manager metadata containing createdBy and modifiedBy information.
    type str
    The type of the resource. E.g. "Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines" or "Microsoft.Storage/storageAccounts"
    administrativeState String
    AdministrativeState of the externalNetwork. Example: Enabled | Disabled.
    disabledOnResources List<String>
    List of resources the externalNetwork is disabled on. Can be either entire NetworkFabric or NetworkRack.
    id String
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    name String
    The name of the resource
    networkToNetworkInterconnectId String
    Gets the networkToNetworkInterconnectId of the resource.
    provisioningState String
    Gets the provisioning state of the resource.
    systemData Property Map
    Azure Resource Manager metadata containing createdBy and modifiedBy information.
    type String
    The type of the resource. E.g. "Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines" or "Microsoft.Storage/storageAccounts"

    Supporting Types

    BfdConfigurationResponse, BfdConfigurationResponseArgs

    AdministrativeState string
    Administrative state of the BfdConfiguration. Example: Enabled | Disabled.
    Interval int
    interval in milliseconds. Example: 300.
    Multiplier int
    Multiplier for the Bfd Configuration. Example: 3.
    AdministrativeState string
    Administrative state of the BfdConfiguration. Example: Enabled | Disabled.
    Interval int
    interval in milliseconds. Example: 300.
    Multiplier int
    Multiplier for the Bfd Configuration. Example: 3.
    administrativeState String
    Administrative state of the BfdConfiguration. Example: Enabled | Disabled.
    interval Integer
    interval in milliseconds. Example: 300.
    multiplier Integer
    Multiplier for the Bfd Configuration. Example: 3.
    administrativeState string
    Administrative state of the BfdConfiguration. Example: Enabled | Disabled.
    interval number
    interval in milliseconds. Example: 300.
    multiplier number
    Multiplier for the Bfd Configuration. Example: 3.
    administrative_state str
    Administrative state of the BfdConfiguration. Example: Enabled | Disabled.
    interval int
    interval in milliseconds. Example: 300.
    multiplier int
    Multiplier for the Bfd Configuration. Example: 3.
    administrativeState String
    Administrative state of the BfdConfiguration. Example: Enabled | Disabled.
    interval Number
    interval in milliseconds. Example: 300.
    multiplier Number
    Multiplier for the Bfd Configuration. Example: 3.

    ExternalNetworkPropertiesOptionAProperties, ExternalNetworkPropertiesOptionAPropertiesArgs

    PeerASN int
    Peer ASN number.Example : 28
    VlanId int
    Vlan identifier. Example : 501
    Mtu int
    MTU to use for option A peering.
    PrimaryIpv4Prefix string
    IPv4 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 172.31.0.0/31. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    PrimaryIpv6Prefix string
    IPv6 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a0/126. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    SecondaryIpv4Prefix string
    Secondary IPv4 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 172.31.0.20/31. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    SecondaryIpv6Prefix string
    Secondary IPv6 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a4/126. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    PeerASN int
    Peer ASN number.Example : 28
    VlanId int
    Vlan identifier. Example : 501
    Mtu int
    MTU to use for option A peering.
    PrimaryIpv4Prefix string
    IPv4 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 172.31.0.0/31. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    PrimaryIpv6Prefix string
    IPv6 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a0/126. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    SecondaryIpv4Prefix string
    Secondary IPv4 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 172.31.0.20/31. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    SecondaryIpv6Prefix string
    Secondary IPv6 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a4/126. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    peerASN Integer
    Peer ASN number.Example : 28
    vlanId Integer
    Vlan identifier. Example : 501
    mtu Integer
    MTU to use for option A peering.
    primaryIpv4Prefix String
    IPv4 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 172.31.0.0/31. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    primaryIpv6Prefix String
    IPv6 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a0/126. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    secondaryIpv4Prefix String
    Secondary IPv4 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 172.31.0.20/31. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    secondaryIpv6Prefix String
    Secondary IPv6 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a4/126. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    peerASN number
    Peer ASN number.Example : 28
    vlanId number
    Vlan identifier. Example : 501
    mtu number
    MTU to use for option A peering.
    primaryIpv4Prefix string
    IPv4 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 172.31.0.0/31. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    primaryIpv6Prefix string
    IPv6 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a0/126. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    secondaryIpv4Prefix string
    Secondary IPv4 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 172.31.0.20/31. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    secondaryIpv6Prefix string
    Secondary IPv6 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a4/126. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    peer_asn int
    Peer ASN number.Example : 28
    vlan_id int
    Vlan identifier. Example : 501
    mtu int
    MTU to use for option A peering.
    primary_ipv4_prefix str
    IPv4 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 172.31.0.0/31. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    primary_ipv6_prefix str
    IPv6 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a0/126. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    secondary_ipv4_prefix str
    Secondary IPv4 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 172.31.0.20/31. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    secondary_ipv6_prefix str
    Secondary IPv6 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a4/126. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    peerASN Number
    Peer ASN number.Example : 28
    vlanId Number
    Vlan identifier. Example : 501
    mtu Number
    MTU to use for option A peering.
    primaryIpv4Prefix String
    IPv4 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 172.31.0.0/31. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    primaryIpv6Prefix String
    IPv6 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a0/126. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    secondaryIpv4Prefix String
    Secondary IPv4 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 172.31.0.20/31. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    secondaryIpv6Prefix String
    Secondary IPv6 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a4/126. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.

    ExternalNetworkPropertiesResponseOptionAProperties, ExternalNetworkPropertiesResponseOptionAPropertiesArgs

    FabricASN int
    Fabric ASN number. Example 65001
    PeerASN int
    Peer ASN number.Example : 28
    VlanId int
    Vlan identifier. Example : 501
    BfdConfiguration Pulumi.AzureNative.ManagedNetworkFabric.Inputs.BfdConfigurationResponse
    BFD configuration properties
    Mtu int
    MTU to use for option A peering.
    PrimaryIpv4Prefix string
    IPv4 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 172.31.0.0/31. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    PrimaryIpv6Prefix string
    IPv6 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a0/126. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    SecondaryIpv4Prefix string
    Secondary IPv4 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 172.31.0.20/31. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    SecondaryIpv6Prefix string
    Secondary IPv6 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a4/126. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    FabricASN int
    Fabric ASN number. Example 65001
    PeerASN int
    Peer ASN number.Example : 28
    VlanId int
    Vlan identifier. Example : 501
    BfdConfiguration BfdConfigurationResponse
    BFD configuration properties
    Mtu int
    MTU to use for option A peering.
    PrimaryIpv4Prefix string
    IPv4 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 172.31.0.0/31. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    PrimaryIpv6Prefix string
    IPv6 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a0/126. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    SecondaryIpv4Prefix string
    Secondary IPv4 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 172.31.0.20/31. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    SecondaryIpv6Prefix string
    Secondary IPv6 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a4/126. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    fabricASN Integer
    Fabric ASN number. Example 65001
    peerASN Integer
    Peer ASN number.Example : 28
    vlanId Integer
    Vlan identifier. Example : 501
    bfdConfiguration BfdConfigurationResponse
    BFD configuration properties
    mtu Integer
    MTU to use for option A peering.
    primaryIpv4Prefix String
    IPv4 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 172.31.0.0/31. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    primaryIpv6Prefix String
    IPv6 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a0/126. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    secondaryIpv4Prefix String
    Secondary IPv4 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 172.31.0.20/31. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    secondaryIpv6Prefix String
    Secondary IPv6 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a4/126. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    fabricASN number
    Fabric ASN number. Example 65001
    peerASN number
    Peer ASN number.Example : 28
    vlanId number
    Vlan identifier. Example : 501
    bfdConfiguration BfdConfigurationResponse
    BFD configuration properties
    mtu number
    MTU to use for option A peering.
    primaryIpv4Prefix string
    IPv4 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 172.31.0.0/31. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    primaryIpv6Prefix string
    IPv6 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a0/126. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    secondaryIpv4Prefix string
    Secondary IPv4 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 172.31.0.20/31. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    secondaryIpv6Prefix string
    Secondary IPv6 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a4/126. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    fabric_asn int
    Fabric ASN number. Example 65001
    peer_asn int
    Peer ASN number.Example : 28
    vlan_id int
    Vlan identifier. Example : 501
    bfd_configuration BfdConfigurationResponse
    BFD configuration properties
    mtu int
    MTU to use for option A peering.
    primary_ipv4_prefix str
    IPv4 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 172.31.0.0/31. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    primary_ipv6_prefix str
    IPv6 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a0/126. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    secondary_ipv4_prefix str
    Secondary IPv4 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 172.31.0.20/31. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    secondary_ipv6_prefix str
    Secondary IPv6 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a4/126. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    fabricASN Number
    Fabric ASN number. Example 65001
    peerASN Number
    Peer ASN number.Example : 28
    vlanId Number
    Vlan identifier. Example : 501
    bfdConfiguration Property Map
    BFD configuration properties
    mtu Number
    MTU to use for option A peering.
    primaryIpv4Prefix String
    IPv4 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 172.31.0.0/31. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    primaryIpv6Prefix String
    IPv6 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a0/126. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    secondaryIpv4Prefix String
    Secondary IPv4 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 172.31.0.20/31. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.
    secondaryIpv6Prefix String
    Secondary IPv6 Address Prefix of CE-PE interconnect links. Example: 3FFE:FFFF:0:CD30::a4/126. The values can be specified at the time of creation or can be updated afterwards. Any update to the values post-provisioning may disrupt traffic. The 1st and 3rd IPs are to be configured on CE1 and CE2 for Option B interfaces. The 2nd and 4th IPs are to be configured on PE1 and PE2 for Option B interfaces.

    OptionBProperties, OptionBPropertiesArgs

    ExportRouteTargets List<string>
    Route Targets to be applied for outgoing routes from CE.
    ImportRouteTargets List<string>
    Route Targets to be applied for incoming routes into CE.
    ExportRouteTargets []string
    Route Targets to be applied for outgoing routes from CE.
    ImportRouteTargets []string
    Route Targets to be applied for incoming routes into CE.
    exportRouteTargets List<String>
    Route Targets to be applied for outgoing routes from CE.
    importRouteTargets List<String>
    Route Targets to be applied for incoming routes into CE.
    exportRouteTargets string[]
    Route Targets to be applied for outgoing routes from CE.
    importRouteTargets string[]
    Route Targets to be applied for incoming routes into CE.
    export_route_targets Sequence[str]
    Route Targets to be applied for outgoing routes from CE.
    import_route_targets Sequence[str]
    Route Targets to be applied for incoming routes into CE.
    exportRouteTargets List<String>
    Route Targets to be applied for outgoing routes from CE.
    importRouteTargets List<String>
    Route Targets to be applied for incoming routes into CE.

    OptionBPropertiesResponse, OptionBPropertiesResponseArgs

    ExportRouteTargets List<string>
    Route Targets to be applied for outgoing routes from CE.
    ImportRouteTargets List<string>
    Route Targets to be applied for incoming routes into CE.
    ExportRouteTargets []string
    Route Targets to be applied for outgoing routes from CE.
    ImportRouteTargets []string
    Route Targets to be applied for incoming routes into CE.
    exportRouteTargets List<String>
    Route Targets to be applied for outgoing routes from CE.
    importRouteTargets List<String>
    Route Targets to be applied for incoming routes into CE.
    exportRouteTargets string[]
    Route Targets to be applied for outgoing routes from CE.
    importRouteTargets string[]
    Route Targets to be applied for incoming routes into CE.
    export_route_targets Sequence[str]
    Route Targets to be applied for outgoing routes from CE.
    import_route_targets Sequence[str]
    Route Targets to be applied for incoming routes into CE.
    exportRouteTargets List<String>
    Route Targets to be applied for outgoing routes from CE.
    importRouteTargets List<String>
    Route Targets to be applied for incoming routes into CE.

    PeeringOption, PeeringOptionArgs

    OptionA
    OptionA
    OptionB
    OptionB
    PeeringOptionOptionA
    OptionA
    PeeringOptionOptionB
    OptionB
    OptionA
    OptionA
    OptionB
    OptionB
    OptionA
    OptionA
    OptionB
    OptionB
    OPTION_A
    OptionA
    OPTION_B
    OptionB
    "OptionA"
    OptionA
    "OptionB"
    OptionB

    SystemDataResponse, SystemDataResponseArgs

    CreatedAt string
    The timestamp of resource creation (UTC).
    CreatedBy string
    The identity that created the resource.
    CreatedByType string
    The type of identity that created the resource.
    LastModifiedAt string
    The timestamp of resource last modification (UTC)
    LastModifiedBy string
    The identity that last modified the resource.
    LastModifiedByType string
    The type of identity that last modified the resource.
    CreatedAt string
    The timestamp of resource creation (UTC).
    CreatedBy string
    The identity that created the resource.
    CreatedByType string
    The type of identity that created the resource.
    LastModifiedAt string
    The timestamp of resource last modification (UTC)
    LastModifiedBy string
    The identity that last modified the resource.
    LastModifiedByType string
    The type of identity that last modified the resource.
    createdAt String
    The timestamp of resource creation (UTC).
    createdBy String
    The identity that created the resource.
    createdByType String
    The type of identity that created the resource.
    lastModifiedAt String
    The timestamp of resource last modification (UTC)
    lastModifiedBy String
    The identity that last modified the resource.
    lastModifiedByType String
    The type of identity that last modified the resource.
    createdAt string
    The timestamp of resource creation (UTC).
    createdBy string
    The identity that created the resource.
    createdByType string
    The type of identity that created the resource.
    lastModifiedAt string
    The timestamp of resource last modification (UTC)
    lastModifiedBy string
    The identity that last modified the resource.
    lastModifiedByType string
    The type of identity that last modified the resource.
    created_at str
    The timestamp of resource creation (UTC).
    created_by str
    The identity that created the resource.
    created_by_type str
    The type of identity that created the resource.
    last_modified_at str
    The timestamp of resource last modification (UTC)
    last_modified_by str
    The identity that last modified the resource.
    last_modified_by_type str
    The type of identity that last modified the resource.
    createdAt String
    The timestamp of resource creation (UTC).
    createdBy String
    The identity that created the resource.
    createdByType String
    The type of identity that created the resource.
    lastModifiedAt String
    The timestamp of resource last modification (UTC)
    lastModifiedBy String
    The identity that last modified the resource.
    lastModifiedByType String
    The type of identity that last modified the resource.

    Import

    An existing resource can be imported using its type token, name, and identifier, e.g.

    $ pulumi import azure-native:managednetworkfabric:ExternalNetwork example-externalnetwork /subscriptions/{subscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{resourceGroupName}/providers/Microsoft.ManagedNetworkFabric/l3IsolationDomains/{l3IsolationDomainName}/externalNetworks/{externalNetworkName} 
    

    To learn more about importing existing cloud resources, see Importing resources.

    Package Details

    Repository
    Azure Native pulumi/pulumi-azure-native
    License
    Apache-2.0
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    This is the latest version of Azure Native. Use the Azure Native v1 docs if using the v1 version of this package.
    Azure Native v2.37.0 published on Monday, Apr 15, 2024 by Pulumi