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NAME VM::EC2::REST::security_group - Query and manipulate security groups
use VM::EC2 ':standard';
The methods in this section allow you to query and manipulate security groups (firewall rules). See VM::EC2::SecurityGroup for functionality that is available through these objects. Implemented: AuthorizeSecurityGroupEgress (EC2-VPC only) AuthorizeSecurityGroupIngress CreateSecurityGroup DeleteSecurityGroup DescribeSecurityGroups RevokeSecurityGroupEgress (EC2-VPC only) RevokeSecurityGroupIngress Unimplemented: (none) @sg = $ec2->describe_security_groups(@group_ids) @sg = $ec2->describe_security_groups(%args); @sg = $ec2->describe_security_groups(\%filters); Searches for security groups (firewall rules) matching the provided filters and return a series of VM::EC2::SecurityGroup objects. In the named-argument form you can provide the following optional arguments: -group_name A single group name or an arrayref containing a list of names -name Shorter version of -group_name -group_id A single group id (i.e. 'sg-12345') or an arrayref containing a list of ids -filter Filter on tags and other attributes. The -filter argument name can be omitted if there are no other arguments you wish to pass. The full list of security group filters can be found at: http://docs.amazonwebservices.com/AWSEC2/latest/APIReference/ApiReference-query-DescribeSecurityGroups.html $group = $ec2->create_security_group(-group_name=>$name, -group_description=>$description, -vpc_id => $vpc_id ) Create a security group. Arguments are: -group_name Name of the security group (required) -group_description Description of the security group (required) -vpc_id Virtual private cloud security group ID (required for VPC security groups) For convenience, you may use -name and -description as aliases for -group_name and -group_description respectively. If succcessful, the method returns an object of type VM::EC2::SecurityGroup. $boolean = $ec2->delete_security_group($group_id) $boolean = $ec2->delete_security_group(-group_id => $group_id, -group_name => $name); Delete a security group. Arguments are: -group_name Name of the security group -group_id ID of the security group Either -group_name or -group_id is required. In the single-argument form, the method deletes the security group given by its id. If succcessful, the method returns true. $boolean = $ec2->update_security_group($security_group) Add one or more incoming firewall rules to a security group. The rules to add are stored in a VM::EC2::SecurityGroup which is created either by describe_security_groups() or create_security_group(). This method combines the actions AuthorizeSecurityGroupIngress, AuthorizeSecurityGroupEgress, RevokeSecurityGroupIngress, and RevokeSecurityGroupEgress. For details, see VM::EC2::SecurityGroup. Here is a brief summary: $sg = $ec2->create_security_group(-name=>'MyGroup',-description=>'Example group'); # TCP on port 80 for the indicated address ranges $sg->authorize_incoming(-protocol => 'tcp', -port => 80, -source_ip => ['192.168.2.0/24','192.168.2.1/24'}); # TCP on ports 22 and 23 from anyone $sg->authorize_incoming(-protocol => 'tcp', -port => '22..23', -source_ip => '0.0.0.0/0'); # ICMP on echo (ping) port from anyone $sg->authorize_incoming(-protocol => 'icmp', -port => -1, -source_ip => '0.0.0.0/0'); # TCP to port 25 (mail) from instances belonging to # the "Mail relay" group belonging to user 12345678. $sg->authorize_incoming(-protocol => 'tcp', -port => 25, -group => '12345678/Mail relay'); $result = $ec2->update_security_group($sg); or more simply: $result = $sg->update();
Lincoln Stein <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Copyright (c) 2011 Ontario Institute for Cancer Research This package and its accompanying libraries is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GPL (either version 1, or at your option, any later version) or the Artistic License 2.0. Refer to LICENSE for the full license text. In addition, please see DISCLAIMER.txt for disclaimers of warranty.