Google Native

v0.27.0 published on Friday, Oct 21, 2022 by Pulumi

TcpRoute

Creates a new TcpRoute in a given project and location.

Create TcpRoute Resource

new TcpRoute(name: string, args: TcpRouteArgs, opts?: CustomResourceOptions);
@overload
def TcpRoute(resource_name: str,
             opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None,
             description: Optional[str] = None,
             gateways: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None,
             labels: Optional[Mapping[str, str]] = None,
             location: Optional[str] = None,
             meshes: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None,
             name: Optional[str] = None,
             project: Optional[str] = None,
             rules: Optional[Sequence[TcpRouteRouteRuleArgs]] = None,
             tcp_route_id: Optional[str] = None)
@overload
def TcpRoute(resource_name: str,
             args: TcpRouteArgs,
             opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None)
func NewTcpRoute(ctx *Context, name string, args TcpRouteArgs, opts ...ResourceOption) (*TcpRoute, error)
public TcpRoute(string name, TcpRouteArgs args, CustomResourceOptions? opts = null)
public TcpRoute(String name, TcpRouteArgs args)
public TcpRoute(String name, TcpRouteArgs args, CustomResourceOptions options)
type: google-native:networkservices/v1:TcpRoute
properties: # The arguments to resource properties.
options: # Bag of options to control resource's behavior.

name string
The unique name of the resource.
args TcpRouteArgs
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 TcpRouteArgs
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 TcpRouteArgs
The arguments to resource properties.
opts ResourceOption
Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
name string
The unique name of the resource.
args TcpRouteArgs
The arguments to resource properties.
opts CustomResourceOptions
Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
name String
The unique name of the resource.
args TcpRouteArgs
The arguments to resource properties.
options CustomResourceOptions
Bag of options to control resource's behavior.

TcpRoute 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 TcpRoute resource accepts the following input properties:

Rules List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.NetworkServices.V1.Inputs.TcpRouteRouteRuleArgs>

Rules that define how traffic is routed and handled. At least one RouteRule must be supplied. If there are multiple rules then the action taken will be the first rule to match.

TcpRouteId string

Required. Short name of the TcpRoute resource to be created. E.g. TODO(Add an example).

Description string

Optional. A free-text description of the resource. Max length 1024 characters.

Gateways List<string>

Optional. Gateways defines a list of gateways this TcpRoute is attached to, as one of the routing rules to route the requests served by the gateway. Each gateway reference should match the pattern: projects/*/locations/global/gateways/

Labels Dictionary<string, string>

Optional. Set of label tags associated with the TcpRoute resource.

Location string
Meshes List<string>

Optional. Meshes defines a list of meshes this TcpRoute is attached to, as one of the routing rules to route the requests served by the mesh. Each mesh reference should match the pattern: projects/*/locations/global/meshes/ The attached Mesh should be of a type SIDECAR

Name string

Name of the TcpRoute resource. It matches pattern projects/*/locations/global/tcpRoutes/tcp_route_name>.

Project string
Rules []TcpRouteRouteRuleArgs

Rules that define how traffic is routed and handled. At least one RouteRule must be supplied. If there are multiple rules then the action taken will be the first rule to match.

TcpRouteId string

Required. Short name of the TcpRoute resource to be created. E.g. TODO(Add an example).

Description string

Optional. A free-text description of the resource. Max length 1024 characters.

Gateways []string

Optional. Gateways defines a list of gateways this TcpRoute is attached to, as one of the routing rules to route the requests served by the gateway. Each gateway reference should match the pattern: projects/*/locations/global/gateways/

Labels map[string]string

Optional. Set of label tags associated with the TcpRoute resource.

Location string
Meshes []string

Optional. Meshes defines a list of meshes this TcpRoute is attached to, as one of the routing rules to route the requests served by the mesh. Each mesh reference should match the pattern: projects/*/locations/global/meshes/ The attached Mesh should be of a type SIDECAR

Name string

Name of the TcpRoute resource. It matches pattern projects/*/locations/global/tcpRoutes/tcp_route_name>.

Project string
rules List<TcpRouteRouteRuleArgs>

Rules that define how traffic is routed and handled. At least one RouteRule must be supplied. If there are multiple rules then the action taken will be the first rule to match.

tcpRouteId String

Required. Short name of the TcpRoute resource to be created. E.g. TODO(Add an example).

description String

Optional. A free-text description of the resource. Max length 1024 characters.

gateways List<String>

Optional. Gateways defines a list of gateways this TcpRoute is attached to, as one of the routing rules to route the requests served by the gateway. Each gateway reference should match the pattern: projects/*/locations/global/gateways/

labels Map<String,String>

Optional. Set of label tags associated with the TcpRoute resource.

location String
meshes List<String>

Optional. Meshes defines a list of meshes this TcpRoute is attached to, as one of the routing rules to route the requests served by the mesh. Each mesh reference should match the pattern: projects/*/locations/global/meshes/ The attached Mesh should be of a type SIDECAR

name String

Name of the TcpRoute resource. It matches pattern projects/*/locations/global/tcpRoutes/tcp_route_name>.

project String
rules TcpRouteRouteRuleArgs[]

Rules that define how traffic is routed and handled. At least one RouteRule must be supplied. If there are multiple rules then the action taken will be the first rule to match.

tcpRouteId string

Required. Short name of the TcpRoute resource to be created. E.g. TODO(Add an example).

description string

Optional. A free-text description of the resource. Max length 1024 characters.

gateways string[]

Optional. Gateways defines a list of gateways this TcpRoute is attached to, as one of the routing rules to route the requests served by the gateway. Each gateway reference should match the pattern: projects/*/locations/global/gateways/

labels {[key: string]: string}

Optional. Set of label tags associated with the TcpRoute resource.

location string
meshes string[]

Optional. Meshes defines a list of meshes this TcpRoute is attached to, as one of the routing rules to route the requests served by the mesh. Each mesh reference should match the pattern: projects/*/locations/global/meshes/ The attached Mesh should be of a type SIDECAR

name string

Name of the TcpRoute resource. It matches pattern projects/*/locations/global/tcpRoutes/tcp_route_name>.

project string
rules Sequence[TcpRouteRouteRuleArgs]

Rules that define how traffic is routed and handled. At least one RouteRule must be supplied. If there are multiple rules then the action taken will be the first rule to match.

tcp_route_id str

Required. Short name of the TcpRoute resource to be created. E.g. TODO(Add an example).

description str

Optional. A free-text description of the resource. Max length 1024 characters.

gateways Sequence[str]

Optional. Gateways defines a list of gateways this TcpRoute is attached to, as one of the routing rules to route the requests served by the gateway. Each gateway reference should match the pattern: projects/*/locations/global/gateways/

labels Mapping[str, str]

Optional. Set of label tags associated with the TcpRoute resource.

location str
meshes Sequence[str]

Optional. Meshes defines a list of meshes this TcpRoute is attached to, as one of the routing rules to route the requests served by the mesh. Each mesh reference should match the pattern: projects/*/locations/global/meshes/ The attached Mesh should be of a type SIDECAR

name str

Name of the TcpRoute resource. It matches pattern projects/*/locations/global/tcpRoutes/tcp_route_name>.

project str
rules List<Property Map>

Rules that define how traffic is routed and handled. At least one RouteRule must be supplied. If there are multiple rules then the action taken will be the first rule to match.

tcpRouteId String

Required. Short name of the TcpRoute resource to be created. E.g. TODO(Add an example).

description String

Optional. A free-text description of the resource. Max length 1024 characters.

gateways List<String>

Optional. Gateways defines a list of gateways this TcpRoute is attached to, as one of the routing rules to route the requests served by the gateway. Each gateway reference should match the pattern: projects/*/locations/global/gateways/

labels Map<String>

Optional. Set of label tags associated with the TcpRoute resource.

location String
meshes List<String>

Optional. Meshes defines a list of meshes this TcpRoute is attached to, as one of the routing rules to route the requests served by the mesh. Each mesh reference should match the pattern: projects/*/locations/global/meshes/ The attached Mesh should be of a type SIDECAR

name String

Name of the TcpRoute resource. It matches pattern projects/*/locations/global/tcpRoutes/tcp_route_name>.

project String

Outputs

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

CreateTime string

The timestamp when the resource was created.

Id string

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

SelfLink string

Server-defined URL of this resource

UpdateTime string

The timestamp when the resource was updated.

CreateTime string

The timestamp when the resource was created.

Id string

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

SelfLink string

Server-defined URL of this resource

UpdateTime string

The timestamp when the resource was updated.

createTime String

The timestamp when the resource was created.

id String

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

selfLink String

Server-defined URL of this resource

updateTime String

The timestamp when the resource was updated.

createTime string

The timestamp when the resource was created.

id string

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

selfLink string

Server-defined URL of this resource

updateTime string

The timestamp when the resource was updated.

create_time str

The timestamp when the resource was created.

id str

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

self_link str

Server-defined URL of this resource

update_time str

The timestamp when the resource was updated.

createTime String

The timestamp when the resource was created.

id String

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

selfLink String

Server-defined URL of this resource

updateTime String

The timestamp when the resource was updated.

Supporting Types

TcpRouteRouteAction

Destinations List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.NetworkServices.V1.Inputs.TcpRouteRouteDestination>

Optional. The destination services to which traffic should be forwarded. At least one destination service is required.

OriginalDestination bool

Optional. If true, Router will use the destination IP and port of the original connection as the destination of the request. Default is false.

Destinations []TcpRouteRouteDestination

Optional. The destination services to which traffic should be forwarded. At least one destination service is required.

OriginalDestination bool

Optional. If true, Router will use the destination IP and port of the original connection as the destination of the request. Default is false.

destinations List<TcpRouteRouteDestination>

Optional. The destination services to which traffic should be forwarded. At least one destination service is required.

originalDestination Boolean

Optional. If true, Router will use the destination IP and port of the original connection as the destination of the request. Default is false.

destinations TcpRouteRouteDestination[]

Optional. The destination services to which traffic should be forwarded. At least one destination service is required.

originalDestination boolean

Optional. If true, Router will use the destination IP and port of the original connection as the destination of the request. Default is false.

destinations Sequence[TcpRouteRouteDestination]

Optional. The destination services to which traffic should be forwarded. At least one destination service is required.

original_destination bool

Optional. If true, Router will use the destination IP and port of the original connection as the destination of the request. Default is false.

destinations List<Property Map>

Optional. The destination services to which traffic should be forwarded. At least one destination service is required.

originalDestination Boolean

Optional. If true, Router will use the destination IP and port of the original connection as the destination of the request. Default is false.

TcpRouteRouteActionResponse

Destinations List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.NetworkServices.V1.Inputs.TcpRouteRouteDestinationResponse>

Optional. The destination services to which traffic should be forwarded. At least one destination service is required.

OriginalDestination bool

Optional. If true, Router will use the destination IP and port of the original connection as the destination of the request. Default is false.

Destinations []TcpRouteRouteDestinationResponse

Optional. The destination services to which traffic should be forwarded. At least one destination service is required.

OriginalDestination bool

Optional. If true, Router will use the destination IP and port of the original connection as the destination of the request. Default is false.

destinations List<TcpRouteRouteDestinationResponse>

Optional. The destination services to which traffic should be forwarded. At least one destination service is required.

originalDestination Boolean

Optional. If true, Router will use the destination IP and port of the original connection as the destination of the request. Default is false.

destinations TcpRouteRouteDestinationResponse[]

Optional. The destination services to which traffic should be forwarded. At least one destination service is required.

originalDestination boolean

Optional. If true, Router will use the destination IP and port of the original connection as the destination of the request. Default is false.

destinations Sequence[TcpRouteRouteDestinationResponse]

Optional. The destination services to which traffic should be forwarded. At least one destination service is required.

original_destination bool

Optional. If true, Router will use the destination IP and port of the original connection as the destination of the request. Default is false.

destinations List<Property Map>

Optional. The destination services to which traffic should be forwarded. At least one destination service is required.

originalDestination Boolean

Optional. If true, Router will use the destination IP and port of the original connection as the destination of the request. Default is false.

TcpRouteRouteDestination

ServiceName string

The URL of a BackendService to route traffic to.

Weight int

Optional. Specifies the proportion of requests forwarded to the backend referenced by the serviceName field. This is computed as: weight/Sum(weights in this destination list). For non-zero values, there may be some epsilon from the exact proportion defined here depending on the precision an implementation supports. If only one serviceName is specified and it has a weight greater than 0, 100% of the traffic is forwarded to that backend. If weights are specified for any one service name, they need to be specified for all of them. If weights are unspecified for all services, then, traffic is distributed in equal proportions to all of them.

ServiceName string

The URL of a BackendService to route traffic to.

Weight int

Optional. Specifies the proportion of requests forwarded to the backend referenced by the serviceName field. This is computed as: weight/Sum(weights in this destination list). For non-zero values, there may be some epsilon from the exact proportion defined here depending on the precision an implementation supports. If only one serviceName is specified and it has a weight greater than 0, 100% of the traffic is forwarded to that backend. If weights are specified for any one service name, they need to be specified for all of them. If weights are unspecified for all services, then, traffic is distributed in equal proportions to all of them.

serviceName String

The URL of a BackendService to route traffic to.

weight Integer

Optional. Specifies the proportion of requests forwarded to the backend referenced by the serviceName field. This is computed as: weight/Sum(weights in this destination list). For non-zero values, there may be some epsilon from the exact proportion defined here depending on the precision an implementation supports. If only one serviceName is specified and it has a weight greater than 0, 100% of the traffic is forwarded to that backend. If weights are specified for any one service name, they need to be specified for all of them. If weights are unspecified for all services, then, traffic is distributed in equal proportions to all of them.

serviceName string

The URL of a BackendService to route traffic to.

weight number

Optional. Specifies the proportion of requests forwarded to the backend referenced by the serviceName field. This is computed as: weight/Sum(weights in this destination list). For non-zero values, there may be some epsilon from the exact proportion defined here depending on the precision an implementation supports. If only one serviceName is specified and it has a weight greater than 0, 100% of the traffic is forwarded to that backend. If weights are specified for any one service name, they need to be specified for all of them. If weights are unspecified for all services, then, traffic is distributed in equal proportions to all of them.

service_name str

The URL of a BackendService to route traffic to.

weight int

Optional. Specifies the proportion of requests forwarded to the backend referenced by the serviceName field. This is computed as: weight/Sum(weights in this destination list). For non-zero values, there may be some epsilon from the exact proportion defined here depending on the precision an implementation supports. If only one serviceName is specified and it has a weight greater than 0, 100% of the traffic is forwarded to that backend. If weights are specified for any one service name, they need to be specified for all of them. If weights are unspecified for all services, then, traffic is distributed in equal proportions to all of them.

serviceName String

The URL of a BackendService to route traffic to.

weight Number

Optional. Specifies the proportion of requests forwarded to the backend referenced by the serviceName field. This is computed as: weight/Sum(weights in this destination list). For non-zero values, there may be some epsilon from the exact proportion defined here depending on the precision an implementation supports. If only one serviceName is specified and it has a weight greater than 0, 100% of the traffic is forwarded to that backend. If weights are specified for any one service name, they need to be specified for all of them. If weights are unspecified for all services, then, traffic is distributed in equal proportions to all of them.

TcpRouteRouteDestinationResponse

ServiceName string

The URL of a BackendService to route traffic to.

Weight int

Optional. Specifies the proportion of requests forwarded to the backend referenced by the serviceName field. This is computed as: weight/Sum(weights in this destination list). For non-zero values, there may be some epsilon from the exact proportion defined here depending on the precision an implementation supports. If only one serviceName is specified and it has a weight greater than 0, 100% of the traffic is forwarded to that backend. If weights are specified for any one service name, they need to be specified for all of them. If weights are unspecified for all services, then, traffic is distributed in equal proportions to all of them.

ServiceName string

The URL of a BackendService to route traffic to.

Weight int

Optional. Specifies the proportion of requests forwarded to the backend referenced by the serviceName field. This is computed as: weight/Sum(weights in this destination list). For non-zero values, there may be some epsilon from the exact proportion defined here depending on the precision an implementation supports. If only one serviceName is specified and it has a weight greater than 0, 100% of the traffic is forwarded to that backend. If weights are specified for any one service name, they need to be specified for all of them. If weights are unspecified for all services, then, traffic is distributed in equal proportions to all of them.

serviceName String

The URL of a BackendService to route traffic to.

weight Integer

Optional. Specifies the proportion of requests forwarded to the backend referenced by the serviceName field. This is computed as: weight/Sum(weights in this destination list). For non-zero values, there may be some epsilon from the exact proportion defined here depending on the precision an implementation supports. If only one serviceName is specified and it has a weight greater than 0, 100% of the traffic is forwarded to that backend. If weights are specified for any one service name, they need to be specified for all of them. If weights are unspecified for all services, then, traffic is distributed in equal proportions to all of them.

serviceName string

The URL of a BackendService to route traffic to.

weight number

Optional. Specifies the proportion of requests forwarded to the backend referenced by the serviceName field. This is computed as: weight/Sum(weights in this destination list). For non-zero values, there may be some epsilon from the exact proportion defined here depending on the precision an implementation supports. If only one serviceName is specified and it has a weight greater than 0, 100% of the traffic is forwarded to that backend. If weights are specified for any one service name, they need to be specified for all of them. If weights are unspecified for all services, then, traffic is distributed in equal proportions to all of them.

service_name str

The URL of a BackendService to route traffic to.

weight int

Optional. Specifies the proportion of requests forwarded to the backend referenced by the serviceName field. This is computed as: weight/Sum(weights in this destination list). For non-zero values, there may be some epsilon from the exact proportion defined here depending on the precision an implementation supports. If only one serviceName is specified and it has a weight greater than 0, 100% of the traffic is forwarded to that backend. If weights are specified for any one service name, they need to be specified for all of them. If weights are unspecified for all services, then, traffic is distributed in equal proportions to all of them.

serviceName String

The URL of a BackendService to route traffic to.

weight Number

Optional. Specifies the proportion of requests forwarded to the backend referenced by the serviceName field. This is computed as: weight/Sum(weights in this destination list). For non-zero values, there may be some epsilon from the exact proportion defined here depending on the precision an implementation supports. If only one serviceName is specified and it has a weight greater than 0, 100% of the traffic is forwarded to that backend. If weights are specified for any one service name, they need to be specified for all of them. If weights are unspecified for all services, then, traffic is distributed in equal proportions to all of them.

TcpRouteRouteMatch

Address string

Must be specified in the CIDR range format. A CIDR range consists of an IP Address and a prefix length to construct the subnet mask. By default, the prefix length is 32 (i.e. matches a single IP address). Only IPV4 addresses are supported. Examples: "10.0.0.1" - matches against this exact IP address. "10.0.0.0/8" - matches against any IP address within the 10.0.0.0 subnet and 255.255.255.0 mask. "0.0.0.0/0" - matches against any IP address'.

Port string

Specifies the destination port to match against.

Address string

Must be specified in the CIDR range format. A CIDR range consists of an IP Address and a prefix length to construct the subnet mask. By default, the prefix length is 32 (i.e. matches a single IP address). Only IPV4 addresses are supported. Examples: "10.0.0.1" - matches against this exact IP address. "10.0.0.0/8" - matches against any IP address within the 10.0.0.0 subnet and 255.255.255.0 mask. "0.0.0.0/0" - matches against any IP address'.

Port string

Specifies the destination port to match against.

address String

Must be specified in the CIDR range format. A CIDR range consists of an IP Address and a prefix length to construct the subnet mask. By default, the prefix length is 32 (i.e. matches a single IP address). Only IPV4 addresses are supported. Examples: "10.0.0.1" - matches against this exact IP address. "10.0.0.0/8" - matches against any IP address within the 10.0.0.0 subnet and 255.255.255.0 mask. "0.0.0.0/0" - matches against any IP address'.

port String

Specifies the destination port to match against.

address string

Must be specified in the CIDR range format. A CIDR range consists of an IP Address and a prefix length to construct the subnet mask. By default, the prefix length is 32 (i.e. matches a single IP address). Only IPV4 addresses are supported. Examples: "10.0.0.1" - matches against this exact IP address. "10.0.0.0/8" - matches against any IP address within the 10.0.0.0 subnet and 255.255.255.0 mask. "0.0.0.0/0" - matches against any IP address'.

port string

Specifies the destination port to match against.

address str

Must be specified in the CIDR range format. A CIDR range consists of an IP Address and a prefix length to construct the subnet mask. By default, the prefix length is 32 (i.e. matches a single IP address). Only IPV4 addresses are supported. Examples: "10.0.0.1" - matches against this exact IP address. "10.0.0.0/8" - matches against any IP address within the 10.0.0.0 subnet and 255.255.255.0 mask. "0.0.0.0/0" - matches against any IP address'.

port str

Specifies the destination port to match against.

address String

Must be specified in the CIDR range format. A CIDR range consists of an IP Address and a prefix length to construct the subnet mask. By default, the prefix length is 32 (i.e. matches a single IP address). Only IPV4 addresses are supported. Examples: "10.0.0.1" - matches against this exact IP address. "10.0.0.0/8" - matches against any IP address within the 10.0.0.0 subnet and 255.255.255.0 mask. "0.0.0.0/0" - matches against any IP address'.

port String

Specifies the destination port to match against.

TcpRouteRouteMatchResponse

Address string

Must be specified in the CIDR range format. A CIDR range consists of an IP Address and a prefix length to construct the subnet mask. By default, the prefix length is 32 (i.e. matches a single IP address). Only IPV4 addresses are supported. Examples: "10.0.0.1" - matches against this exact IP address. "10.0.0.0/8" - matches against any IP address within the 10.0.0.0 subnet and 255.255.255.0 mask. "0.0.0.0/0" - matches against any IP address'.

Port string

Specifies the destination port to match against.

Address string

Must be specified in the CIDR range format. A CIDR range consists of an IP Address and a prefix length to construct the subnet mask. By default, the prefix length is 32 (i.e. matches a single IP address). Only IPV4 addresses are supported. Examples: "10.0.0.1" - matches against this exact IP address. "10.0.0.0/8" - matches against any IP address within the 10.0.0.0 subnet and 255.255.255.0 mask. "0.0.0.0/0" - matches against any IP address'.

Port string

Specifies the destination port to match against.

address String

Must be specified in the CIDR range format. A CIDR range consists of an IP Address and a prefix length to construct the subnet mask. By default, the prefix length is 32 (i.e. matches a single IP address). Only IPV4 addresses are supported. Examples: "10.0.0.1" - matches against this exact IP address. "10.0.0.0/8" - matches against any IP address within the 10.0.0.0 subnet and 255.255.255.0 mask. "0.0.0.0/0" - matches against any IP address'.

port String

Specifies the destination port to match against.

address string

Must be specified in the CIDR range format. A CIDR range consists of an IP Address and a prefix length to construct the subnet mask. By default, the prefix length is 32 (i.e. matches a single IP address). Only IPV4 addresses are supported. Examples: "10.0.0.1" - matches against this exact IP address. "10.0.0.0/8" - matches against any IP address within the 10.0.0.0 subnet and 255.255.255.0 mask. "0.0.0.0/0" - matches against any IP address'.

port string

Specifies the destination port to match against.

address str

Must be specified in the CIDR range format. A CIDR range consists of an IP Address and a prefix length to construct the subnet mask. By default, the prefix length is 32 (i.e. matches a single IP address). Only IPV4 addresses are supported. Examples: "10.0.0.1" - matches against this exact IP address. "10.0.0.0/8" - matches against any IP address within the 10.0.0.0 subnet and 255.255.255.0 mask. "0.0.0.0/0" - matches against any IP address'.

port str

Specifies the destination port to match against.

address String

Must be specified in the CIDR range format. A CIDR range consists of an IP Address and a prefix length to construct the subnet mask. By default, the prefix length is 32 (i.e. matches a single IP address). Only IPV4 addresses are supported. Examples: "10.0.0.1" - matches against this exact IP address. "10.0.0.0/8" - matches against any IP address within the 10.0.0.0 subnet and 255.255.255.0 mask. "0.0.0.0/0" - matches against any IP address'.

port String

Specifies the destination port to match against.

TcpRouteRouteRule

Action Pulumi.GoogleNative.NetworkServices.V1.Inputs.TcpRouteRouteAction

The detailed rule defining how to route matched traffic.

Matches List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.NetworkServices.V1.Inputs.TcpRouteRouteMatch>

Optional. RouteMatch defines the predicate used to match requests to a given action. Multiple match types are "OR"ed for evaluation. If no routeMatch field is specified, this rule will unconditionally match traffic.

Action TcpRouteRouteAction

The detailed rule defining how to route matched traffic.

Matches []TcpRouteRouteMatch

Optional. RouteMatch defines the predicate used to match requests to a given action. Multiple match types are "OR"ed for evaluation. If no routeMatch field is specified, this rule will unconditionally match traffic.

action TcpRouteRouteAction

The detailed rule defining how to route matched traffic.

matches List<TcpRouteRouteMatch>

Optional. RouteMatch defines the predicate used to match requests to a given action. Multiple match types are "OR"ed for evaluation. If no routeMatch field is specified, this rule will unconditionally match traffic.

action TcpRouteRouteAction

The detailed rule defining how to route matched traffic.

matches TcpRouteRouteMatch[]

Optional. RouteMatch defines the predicate used to match requests to a given action. Multiple match types are "OR"ed for evaluation. If no routeMatch field is specified, this rule will unconditionally match traffic.

action TcpRouteRouteAction

The detailed rule defining how to route matched traffic.

matches Sequence[TcpRouteRouteMatch]

Optional. RouteMatch defines the predicate used to match requests to a given action. Multiple match types are "OR"ed for evaluation. If no routeMatch field is specified, this rule will unconditionally match traffic.

action Property Map

The detailed rule defining how to route matched traffic.

matches List<Property Map>

Optional. RouteMatch defines the predicate used to match requests to a given action. Multiple match types are "OR"ed for evaluation. If no routeMatch field is specified, this rule will unconditionally match traffic.

TcpRouteRouteRuleResponse

Action Pulumi.GoogleNative.NetworkServices.V1.Inputs.TcpRouteRouteActionResponse

The detailed rule defining how to route matched traffic.

Matches List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.NetworkServices.V1.Inputs.TcpRouteRouteMatchResponse>

Optional. RouteMatch defines the predicate used to match requests to a given action. Multiple match types are "OR"ed for evaluation. If no routeMatch field is specified, this rule will unconditionally match traffic.

Action TcpRouteRouteActionResponse

The detailed rule defining how to route matched traffic.

Matches []TcpRouteRouteMatchResponse

Optional. RouteMatch defines the predicate used to match requests to a given action. Multiple match types are "OR"ed for evaluation. If no routeMatch field is specified, this rule will unconditionally match traffic.

action TcpRouteRouteActionResponse

The detailed rule defining how to route matched traffic.

matches List<TcpRouteRouteMatchResponse>

Optional. RouteMatch defines the predicate used to match requests to a given action. Multiple match types are "OR"ed for evaluation. If no routeMatch field is specified, this rule will unconditionally match traffic.

action TcpRouteRouteActionResponse

The detailed rule defining how to route matched traffic.

matches TcpRouteRouteMatchResponse[]

Optional. RouteMatch defines the predicate used to match requests to a given action. Multiple match types are "OR"ed for evaluation. If no routeMatch field is specified, this rule will unconditionally match traffic.

action TcpRouteRouteActionResponse

The detailed rule defining how to route matched traffic.

matches Sequence[TcpRouteRouteMatchResponse]

Optional. RouteMatch defines the predicate used to match requests to a given action. Multiple match types are "OR"ed for evaluation. If no routeMatch field is specified, this rule will unconditionally match traffic.

action Property Map

The detailed rule defining how to route matched traffic.

matches List<Property Map>

Optional. RouteMatch defines the predicate used to match requests to a given action. Multiple match types are "OR"ed for evaluation. If no routeMatch field is specified, this rule will unconditionally match traffic.

Package Details

Repository
https://github.com/pulumi/pulumi-google-native
License
Apache-2.0