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Langue: en

Version: September 2010 (ubuntu - 24/10/10)

Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)



euca-authorize - Eucalyptus tool: Add a new rule to a security group.


Add a new rule to a security group.

euca-authorize [-P, --protocol protocol] [-p, --port-range port_range] [-t, --icmp-type-code type:code] [-o, --source-group source_group] [-u, --source-group-user source_group_user] [-s, --source-subnet source_subnet] [-h, --help] [--version] [--debug] group_name


group_name Name of the group to add the rule to.


-P, --protocol Protocol ("tcp" "udp" or "icmp").

-p, --port-range Range of ports for the rule (specified as "from-to").

-t, --icmp-type-code ICMP type and code specified as "type:code"

-o, --source-group Group from which traffic is authorized by the rule.

-u, --source-group-user User ID for the source group.

-s, --source-subnet The source subnet for the rule.


-A, --access-key User's Access Key ID.

-S, --secret-key User's Secret Key.

-U, --url URL of the Cloud to connect to.

--config Read credentials and cloud settings from the

specified config file (defaults to $HOME/.eucarc or /etc/euca2ools/eucarc).

-h, --help Display this help message.

--version Display the version of this tool.

--debug Turn on debugging.

Euca2ools will use the environment variables EC2_URL, EC2_ACCESS_KEY, EC2_SECRET_KEY, EC2_CERT, EC2_PRIVATE_KEY, S3_URL, EUCALYPTUS_CERT by default.

L'appétit vient en mangeant.
-+- François Rabelais (1494?-1553), Gargantua (chap. 5) -+-