azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models module

class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.Resource(id=None, location=None, tags=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Resource.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • location (str) – Resource location.
  • tags (dict) – Resource tags.
Variables:
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.NetworkInterfaceDnsSettings(dns_servers=None, applied_dns_servers=None, internal_dns_name_label=None, internal_fqdn=None, internal_domain_name_suffix=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

DNS settings of a network interface.

Parameters:
  • dns_servers (list of str) – List of DNS servers IP addresses. Use ‘AzureProvidedDNS’ to switch to azure provided DNS resolution. ‘AzureProvidedDNS’ value cannot be combined with other IPs, it must be the only value in dnsServers collection.
  • applied_dns_servers (list of str) – If the VM that uses this NIC is part of an Availability Set, then this list will have the union of all DNS servers from all NICs that are part of the Availability Set. This property is what is configured on each of those VMs.
  • internal_dns_name_label (str) – Relative DNS name for this NIC used for internal communications between VMs in the same virtual network.
  • internal_fqdn (str) – Fully qualified DNS name supporting internal communications between VMs in the same virtual network.
  • internal_domain_name_suffix (str) – Even if internalDnsNameLabel is not specified, a DNS entry is created for the primary NIC of the VM. This DNS name can be constructed by concatenating the VM name with the value of internalDomainNameSuffix.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.SubResource(id=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

SubResource.

Parameters:id (str) – Resource ID.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.PublicIPAddressDnsSettings(domain_name_label=None, fqdn=None, reverse_fqdn=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Contains FQDN of the DNS record associated with the public IP address.

Parameters:
  • domain_name_label (str) – Gets or sets the Domain name label.The concatenation of the domain name label and the regionalized DNS zone make up the fully qualified domain name associated with the public IP address. If a domain name label is specified, an A DNS record is created for the public IP in the Microsoft Azure DNS system.
  • fqdn (str) – Gets the FQDN, Fully qualified domain name of the A DNS record associated with the public IP. This is the concatenation of the domainNameLabel and the regionalized DNS zone.
  • reverse_fqdn (str) – Gets or Sets the Reverse FQDN. A user-visible, fully qualified domain name that resolves to this public IP address. If the reverseFqdn is specified, then a PTR DNS record is created pointing from the IP address in the in-addr.arpa domain to the reverse FQDN.

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

ResourceNavigationLink resource.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • linked_resource_type (str) – Resource type of the linked resource.
  • link (str) – Link to the external resource
  • name (str) – Name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
Variables:
  • provisioning_state (str) – Provisioning state of the ResourceNavigationLink resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.Route(next_hop_type, id=None, address_prefix=None, next_hop_ip_address=None, provisioning_state=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

Route resource.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • address_prefix (str) – The destination CIDR to which the route applies.
  • next_hop_type (str or RouteNextHopType) – The type of Azure hop the packet should be sent to. Possible values are: ‘VirtualNetworkGateway’, ‘VnetLocal’, ‘Internet’, ‘VirtualAppliance’, and ‘None’. Possible values include: ‘VirtualNetworkGateway’, ‘VnetLocal’, ‘Internet’, ‘VirtualAppliance’, ‘None’
  • next_hop_ip_address (str) – The IP address packets should be forwarded to. Next hop values are only allowed in routes where the next hop type is VirtualAppliance.
  • provisioning_state (str) – The provisioning state of the resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • name (str) – The name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.SecurityRule(protocol, source_address_prefix, destination_address_prefix, access, direction, id=None, description=None, source_port_range=None, destination_port_range=None, priority=None, provisioning_state=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

Network security rule.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • description (str) – A description for this rule. Restricted to 140 chars.
  • protocol (str or SecurityRuleProtocol) – Network protocol this rule applies to. Possible values are ‘Tcp’, ‘Udp’, and ‘*’. Possible values include: ‘Tcp’, ‘Udp’, ‘*’
  • source_port_range (str) – The source port or range. Integer or range between 0 and 65535. Asterix ‘*’ can also be used to match all ports.
  • destination_port_range (str) – The destination port or range. Integer or range between 0 and 65535. Asterix ‘*’ can also be used to match all ports.
  • source_address_prefix (str) – The CIDR or source IP range. Asterix ‘*’ can also be used to match all source IPs. Default tags such as ‘VirtualNetwork’, ‘AzureLoadBalancer’ and ‘Internet’ can also be used. If this is an ingress rule, specifies where network traffic originates from.
  • destination_address_prefix (str) – The destination address prefix. CIDR or source IP range. Asterix ‘*’ can also be used to match all source IPs. Default tags such as ‘VirtualNetwork’, ‘AzureLoadBalancer’ and ‘Internet’ can also be used.
  • access (str or SecurityRuleAccess) – The network traffic is allowed or denied. Possible values are: ‘Allow’ and ‘Deny’. Possible values include: ‘Allow’, ‘Deny’
  • priority (int) – The priority of the rule. The value can be between 100 and 4096. The priority number must be unique for each rule in the collection. The lower the priority number, the higher the priority of the rule.
  • direction (str or SecurityRuleDirection) – The direction of the rule. The direction specifies if rule will be evaluated on incoming or outcoming traffic. Possible values are: ‘Inbound’ and ‘Outbound’. Possible values include: ‘Inbound’, ‘Outbound’
  • provisioning_state (str) – The provisioning state of the public IP resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • name (str) – The name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewayBackendAddress(fqdn=None, ip_address=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Backend address of an application gateway.

Parameters:
  • fqdn (str) – Fully qualified domain name (FQDN).
  • ip_address (str) – IP address
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewayBackendAddressPool(id=None, backend_ip_configurations=None, backend_addresses=None, provisioning_state=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

Backend Address Pool of an application gateway.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • backend_ip_configurations (list of NetworkInterfaceIPConfiguration) – Collection of references to IPs defined in network interfaces.
  • backend_addresses (list of ApplicationGatewayBackendAddress) – Backend addresses
  • provisioning_state (str) – Provisioning state of the backend address pool resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • name (str) – Resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.BackendAddressPool(id=None, provisioning_state=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

Pool of backend IP addresses.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • provisioning_state (str) – Get provisioning state of the public IP resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • name (str) – Gets name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
Variables:
  • backend_ip_configurations (list of NetworkInterfaceIPConfiguration) – Gets collection of references to IP addresses defined in network interfaces.
  • load_balancing_rules (list of SubResource) – Gets load balancing rules that use this backend address pool.
  • outbound_nat_rule (SubResource) – Gets outbound rules that use this backend address pool.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.InboundNatRule(id=None, frontend_ip_configuration=None, protocol=None, frontend_port=None, backend_port=None, idle_timeout_in_minutes=None, enable_floating_ip=None, provisioning_state=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

Inbound NAT rule of the load balancer.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • frontend_ip_configuration (SubResource) – A reference to frontend IP addresses.
  • protocol (str or TransportProtocol) – The transport protocol for the endpoint. Possible values are: ‘Udp’ or ‘Tcp’. Possible values include: ‘Udp’, ‘Tcp’
  • frontend_port (int) – The port for the external endpoint. Port numbers for each rule must be unique within the Load Balancer. Acceptable values range from 1 to 65534.
  • backend_port (int) – The port used for the internal endpoint. Acceptable values range from 1 to 65535.
  • idle_timeout_in_minutes (int) – The timeout for the TCP idle connection. The value can be set between 4 and 30 minutes. The default value is 4 minutes. This element is only used when the protocol is set to TCP.
  • enable_floating_ip (bool) – Configures a virtual machine’s endpoint for the floating IP capability required to configure a SQL AlwaysOn Availability Group. This setting is required when using the SQL AlwaysOn Availability Groups in SQL server. This setting can’t be changed after you create the endpoint.
  • provisioning_state (str) – Gets the provisioning state of the public IP resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • name (str) – Gets name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
Variables:

backend_ip_configuration (NetworkInterfaceIPConfiguration) – A reference to a private IP address defined on a network interface of a VM. Traffic sent to the frontend port of each of the frontend IP configurations is forwarded to the backed IP.

class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.IPConfiguration(id=None, private_ip_address=None, private_ip_allocation_method=None, subnet=None, public_ip_address=None, provisioning_state=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

IPConfiguration.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • private_ip_address (str) – The private IP address of the IP configuration.
  • private_ip_allocation_method (str or IPAllocationMethod) – The private IP allocation method. Possible values are ‘Static’ and ‘Dynamic’. Possible values include: ‘Static’, ‘Dynamic’
  • subnet (Subnet) – The reference of the subnet resource.
  • public_ip_address (PublicIPAddress) – The reference of the public IP resource.
  • provisioning_state (str) – Gets the provisioning state of the public IP resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • name (str) – The name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.PublicIPAddress(id=None, location=None, tags=None, public_ip_allocation_method=None, public_ip_address_version=None, dns_settings=None, ip_address=None, idle_timeout_in_minutes=None, resource_guid=None, provisioning_state=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.resource.Resource

Public IP address resource.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • location (str) – Resource location.
  • tags (dict) – Resource tags.
  • public_ip_allocation_method (str or IPAllocationMethod) – The public IP allocation method. Possible values are: ‘Static’ and ‘Dynamic’. Possible values include: ‘Static’, ‘Dynamic’
  • public_ip_address_version (str or IPVersion) – The public IP address version. Possible values are: ‘IPv4’ and ‘IPv6’. Possible values include: ‘IPv4’, ‘IPv6’
  • dns_settings (PublicIPAddressDnsSettings) – The FQDN of the DNS record associated with the public IP address.
  • ip_address (str) –
  • idle_timeout_in_minutes (int) – The idle timeout of the public IP address.
  • resource_guid (str) – The resource GUID property of the public IP resource.
  • provisioning_state (str) – The provisioning state of the PublicIP resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
Variables:
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.NetworkInterfaceIPConfiguration(id=None, application_gateway_backend_address_pools=None, load_balancer_backend_address_pools=None, load_balancer_inbound_nat_rules=None, private_ip_address=None, private_ip_allocation_method=None, private_ip_address_version=None, subnet=None, primary=None, public_ip_address=None, provisioning_state=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

IPConfiguration in a network interface.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • application_gateway_backend_address_pools (list of ApplicationGatewayBackendAddressPool) – The reference of ApplicationGatewayBackendAddressPool resource.
  • load_balancer_backend_address_pools (list of BackendAddressPool) – The reference of LoadBalancerBackendAddressPool resource.
  • load_balancer_inbound_nat_rules (list of InboundNatRule) – A list of references of LoadBalancerInboundNatRules.
  • private_ip_address (str) –
  • private_ip_allocation_method (str or IPAllocationMethod) – Defines how a private IP address is assigned. Possible values are: ‘Static’ and ‘Dynamic’. Possible values include: ‘Static’, ‘Dynamic’
  • private_ip_address_version (str or IPVersion) – Available from Api-Version 2016-03-30 onwards, it represents whether the specific ipconfiguration is IPv4 or IPv6. Default is taken as IPv4. Possible values are: ‘IPv4’ and ‘IPv6’. Possible values include: ‘IPv4’, ‘IPv6’
  • subnet (Subnet) –
  • primary (bool) – Gets whether this is a primary customer address on the network interface.
  • public_ip_address (PublicIPAddress) –
  • provisioning_state (str) –
  • name (str) – The name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.NetworkInterface(id=None, location=None, tags=None, virtual_machine=None, network_security_group=None, ip_configurations=None, dns_settings=None, mac_address=None, primary=None, enable_accelerated_networking=None, enable_ip_forwarding=None, resource_guid=None, provisioning_state=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.resource.Resource

A network interface in a resource group.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • location (str) – Resource location.
  • tags (dict) – Resource tags.
  • virtual_machine (SubResource) – The reference of a virtual machine.
  • network_security_group (NetworkSecurityGroup) – The reference of the NetworkSecurityGroup resource.
  • ip_configurations (list of NetworkInterfaceIPConfiguration) – A list of IPConfigurations of the network interface.
  • dns_settings (NetworkInterfaceDnsSettings) – The DNS settings in network interface.
  • mac_address (str) – The MAC address of the network interface.
  • primary (bool) – Gets whether this is a primary network interface on a virtual machine.
  • enable_accelerated_networking (bool) – If the network interface is accelerated networking enabled.
  • enable_ip_forwarding (bool) – Indicates whether IP forwarding is enabled on this network interface.
  • resource_guid (str) – The resource GUID property of the network interface resource.
  • provisioning_state (str) – The provisioning state of the public IP resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
Variables:
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.NetworkSecurityGroup(id=None, location=None, tags=None, security_rules=None, default_security_rules=None, resource_guid=None, provisioning_state=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.resource.Resource

NetworkSecurityGroup resource.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • location (str) – Resource location.
  • tags (dict) – Resource tags.
  • security_rules (list of SecurityRule) – A collection of security rules of the network security group.
  • default_security_rules (list of SecurityRule) – The default security rules of network security group.
  • resource_guid (str) – The resource GUID property of the network security group resource.
  • provisioning_state (str) – The provisioning state of the public IP resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
Variables:
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.RouteTable(id=None, location=None, tags=None, routes=None, provisioning_state=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.resource.Resource

Route table resource.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • location (str) – Resource location.
  • tags (dict) – Resource tags.
  • routes (list of Route) – Collection of routes contained within a route table.
  • provisioning_state (str) – The provisioning state of the resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • etag (str) – Gets a unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
Variables:
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.Subnet(id=None, address_prefix=None, network_security_group=None, route_table=None, resource_navigation_links=None, provisioning_state=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

Subnet in a virtual network resource.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • address_prefix (str) – The address prefix for the subnet.
  • network_security_group (NetworkSecurityGroup) – The reference of the NetworkSecurityGroup resource.
  • route_table (RouteTable) – The reference of the RouteTable resource.
  • resource_navigation_links (list of ResourceNavigationLink) – Gets an array of references to the external resources using subnet.
  • provisioning_state (str) – The provisioning state of the resource.
  • name (str) – The name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
Variables:

ip_configurations (list of IPConfiguration) – Gets an array of references to the network interface IP configurations using subnet.

class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewayBackendHttpSettings(id=None, port=None, protocol=None, cookie_based_affinity=None, request_timeout=None, probe=None, authentication_certificates=None, provisioning_state=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

Backend address pool settings of an application gateway.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • port (int) – Port
  • protocol (str or ApplicationGatewayProtocol) – Protocol. Possible values are: ‘Http’ and ‘Https’. Possible values include: ‘Http’, ‘Https’
  • cookie_based_affinity (str or ApplicationGatewayCookieBasedAffinity) – Cookie based affinity. Possible values are: ‘Enabled’ and ‘Disabled’. Possible values include: ‘Enabled’, ‘Disabled’
  • request_timeout (int) – Request timeout in seconds. Application Gateway will fail the request if response is not received within RequestTimeout. Acceptable values are from 1 second to 86400 seconds.
  • probe (SubResource) – Probe resource of an application gateway.
  • authentication_certificates (list of SubResource) – Array of references to application gateway authentication certificates.
  • provisioning_state (str) – Provisioning state of the backend http settings resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • name (str) – Name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewayBackendHealthServer(address=None, ip_configuration=None, health=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Application gateway backendhealth http settings.

Parameters:
  • address (str) – IP address or FQDN of backend server.
  • ip_configuration (SubResource) – Reference of IP configuration of backend server.
  • health (str or ApplicationGatewayBackendHealthServerHealth) – Health of backend server. Possible values are: ‘Unknown’, ‘Up’, ‘Down’, and ‘Partial’. Possible values include: ‘Unknown’, ‘Up’, ‘Down’, ‘Partial’
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewayBackendHealthHttpSettings(backend_http_settings=None, servers=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Application gateway BackendHealthHttp settings.

Parameters:
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewayBackendHealthPool(backend_address_pool=None, backend_http_settings_collection=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Application gateway BackendHealth pool.

Parameters:
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewayBackendHealth(backend_address_pools=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

List of ApplicationGatewayBackendHealthPool resources.

Parameters:backend_address_pools (list of ApplicationGatewayBackendHealthPool) –
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewaySku(name=None, tier=None, capacity=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

SKU of an application gateway.

Parameters:
  • name (str or ApplicationGatewaySkuName) – Name of an application gateway SKU. Possible values are: ‘Standard_Small’, ‘Standard_Medium’, ‘Standard_Large’, ‘WAF_Medium’, and ‘WAF_Large’. Possible values include: ‘Standard_Small’, ‘Standard_Medium’, ‘Standard_Large’, ‘WAF_Medium’, ‘WAF_Large’
  • tier (str or ApplicationGatewayTier) – Tier of an application gateway. Possible values are: ‘Standard’ and ‘WAF’. Possible values include: ‘Standard’, ‘WAF’
  • capacity (int) – Capacity (instance count) of an application gateway.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewaySslPolicy(disabled_ssl_protocols=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Application gateway SSL policy.

Parameters:disabled_ssl_protocols (list of str or ApplicationGatewaySslProtocol) – SSL protocols to be disabled on application gateway. Possible values are: ‘TLSv1_0’, ‘TLSv1_1’, and ‘TLSv1_2’.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewayIPConfiguration(id=None, subnet=None, provisioning_state=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

IP configuration of an application gateway. Currently 1 public and 1 private IP configuration is allowed.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • subnet (SubResource) – Reference of the subnet resource. A subnet from where application gateway gets its private address.
  • provisioning_state (str) – Provisioning state of the application gateway subnet resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • name (str) – Name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewayAuthenticationCertificate(id=None, data=None, provisioning_state=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

Authentication certificates of an application gateway.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • data (str) – Certificate public data.
  • provisioning_state (str) – Provisioning state of the authentication certificate resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • name (str) – Name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewaySslCertificate(id=None, data=None, password=None, public_cert_data=None, provisioning_state=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

SSL certificates of an application gateway.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • data (str) – Base-64 encoded pfx certificate. Only applicable in PUT Request.
  • password (str) – Password for the pfx file specified in data. Only applicable in PUT request.
  • public_cert_data (str) – Base-64 encoded Public cert data corresponding to pfx specified in data. Only applicable in GET request.
  • provisioning_state (str) – Provisioning state of the SSL certificate resource Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • name (str) – Name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewayFrontendIPConfiguration(id=None, private_ip_address=None, private_ip_allocation_method=None, subnet=None, public_ip_address=None, provisioning_state=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

Frontend IP configuration of an application gateway.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • private_ip_address (str) – PrivateIPAddress of the network interface IP Configuration.
  • private_ip_allocation_method (str or IPAllocationMethod) – PrivateIP allocation method. Possible values are: ‘Static’ and ‘Dynamic’. Possible values include: ‘Static’, ‘Dynamic’
  • subnet (SubResource) – Reference of the subnet resource.
  • public_ip_address (SubResource) – Reference of the PublicIP resource.
  • provisioning_state (str) – Provisioning state of the public IP resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • name (str) – Name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewayFrontendPort(id=None, port=None, provisioning_state=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

Frontend port of an application gateway.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • port (int) – Frontend port
  • provisioning_state (str) – Provisioning state of the frontend port resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • name (str) – Name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewayHttpListener(id=None, frontend_ip_configuration=None, frontend_port=None, protocol=None, host_name=None, ssl_certificate=None, require_server_name_indication=None, provisioning_state=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

Http listener of an application gateway.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • frontend_ip_configuration (SubResource) – Frontend IP configuration resource of an application gateway.
  • frontend_port (SubResource) – Frontend port resource of an application gateway.
  • protocol (str or ApplicationGatewayProtocol) – Protocol. Possible values are: ‘Http’ and ‘Https’. Possible values include: ‘Http’, ‘Https’
  • host_name (str) – Host name of HTTP listener.
  • ssl_certificate (SubResource) – SSL certificate resource of an application gateway.
  • require_server_name_indication (bool) – Applicable only if protocol is https. Enables SNI for multi-hosting.
  • provisioning_state (str) – Provisioning state of the HTTP listener resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • name (str) – Name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewayPathRule(id=None, paths=None, backend_address_pool=None, backend_http_settings=None, provisioning_state=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

Path rule of URL path map of an application gateway.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • paths (list of str) – Path rules of URL path map.
  • backend_address_pool (SubResource) – Backend address pool resource of URL path map.
  • backend_http_settings (SubResource) – Backend http settings resource of URL path map.
  • provisioning_state (str) – Path rule of URL path map resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • name (str) – Name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewayProbe(id=None, protocol=None, host=None, path=None, interval=None, timeout=None, unhealthy_threshold=None, provisioning_state=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

Probe of the application gateway.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • protocol (str or ApplicationGatewayProtocol) – Protocol. Possible values are: ‘Http’ and ‘Https’. Possible values include: ‘Http’, ‘Https’
  • host (str) – Host name to send the probe to.
  • path (str) – Relative path of probe. Valid path starts from ‘/’. Probe is sent to <Protocol>://<host>:<port><path>
  • interval (int) – The probing interval in seconds. This is the time interval between two consecutive probes. Acceptable values are from 1 second to 86400 seconds.
  • timeout (int) – the probe timeout in seconds. Probe marked as failed if valid response is not received with this timeout period. Acceptable values are from 1 second to 86400 seconds.
  • unhealthy_threshold (int) – The probe retry count. Backend server is marked down after consecutive probe failure count reaches UnhealthyThreshold. Acceptable values are from 1 second to 20.
  • provisioning_state (str) – Provisioning state of the backend http settings resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • name (str) – Name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewayRequestRoutingRule(id=None, rule_type=None, backend_address_pool=None, backend_http_settings=None, http_listener=None, url_path_map=None, provisioning_state=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

Request routing rule of an application gateway.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • rule_type (str or ApplicationGatewayRequestRoutingRuleType) – Rule type. Possible values are: ‘Basic’ and ‘PathBasedRouting’. Possible values include: ‘Basic’, ‘PathBasedRouting’
  • backend_address_pool (SubResource) – Backend address pool resource of the application gateway.
  • backend_http_settings (SubResource) – Frontend port resource of the application gateway.
  • http_listener (SubResource) – Http listener resource of the application gateway.
  • url_path_map (SubResource) – URL path map resource of the application gateway.
  • provisioning_state (str) – Provisioning state of the request routing rule resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • name (str) – Name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewayUrlPathMap(id=None, default_backend_address_pool=None, default_backend_http_settings=None, path_rules=None, provisioning_state=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

UrlPathMaps give a url path to the backend mapping information for PathBasedRouting.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • default_backend_address_pool (SubResource) – Default backend address pool resource of URL path map.
  • default_backend_http_settings (SubResource) – Default backend http settings resource of URL path map.
  • path_rules (list of ApplicationGatewayPathRule) – Path rule of URL path map resource.
  • provisioning_state (str) – Provisioning state of the backend http settings resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • name (str) – Name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewayWebApplicationFirewallConfiguration(enabled, firewall_mode=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Application gateway web application firewall configuration.

Parameters:
  • enabled (bool) – Whether the web application firewall is enabled.
  • firewall_mode (str or ApplicationGatewayFirewallMode) – Web application firewall mode. Possible values are: ‘Detection’ and ‘Prevention’. Possible values include: ‘Detection’, ‘Prevention’
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGateway(id=None, location=None, tags=None, sku=None, ssl_policy=None, gateway_ip_configurations=None, authentication_certificates=None, ssl_certificates=None, frontend_ip_configurations=None, frontend_ports=None, probes=None, backend_address_pools=None, backend_http_settings_collection=None, http_listeners=None, url_path_maps=None, request_routing_rules=None, web_application_firewall_configuration=None, resource_guid=None, provisioning_state=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.resource.Resource

Application gateway resource.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Parameters:
Variables:
  • name (str) – Resource name.
  • type (str) – Resource type.
  • operational_state (str or ApplicationGatewayOperationalState) – Operational state of the application gateway resource. Possible values are: ‘Stopped’, ‘Started’, ‘Running’, and ‘Stopping’. Possible values include: ‘Stopped’, ‘Starting’, ‘Running’, ‘Stopping’
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.DnsNameAvailabilityResult(available=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Response for the CheckDnsNameAvailability API service call.

Parameters:available (bool) – Domain availability (True/False).
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ExpressRouteCircuitAuthorization(id=None, authorization_key=None, authorization_use_status=None, provisioning_state=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

Authorization in an ExpressRouteCircuit resource.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • authorization_key (str) – The authorization key.
  • authorization_use_status (str or AuthorizationUseStatus) – AuthorizationUseStatus. Possible values are: ‘Available’ and ‘InUse’. Possible values include: ‘Available’, ‘InUse’
  • provisioning_state (str) – Gets the provisioning state of the public IP resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • name (str) – Gets name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ExpressRouteCircuitPeeringConfig(advertised_public_prefixes=None, advertised_public_prefixes_state=None, customer_asn=None, routing_registry_name=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Specifies the peering configuration.

Parameters:
  • advertised_public_prefixes (list of str) – The reference of AdvertisedPublicPrefixes.
  • advertised_public_prefixes_state (str or ExpressRouteCircuitPeeringAdvertisedPublicPrefixState) – AdvertisedPublicPrefixState of the Peering resource. Possible values are ‘NotConfigured’, ‘Configuring’, ‘Configured’, and ‘ValidationNeeded’. Possible values include: ‘NotConfigured’, ‘Configuring’, ‘Configured’, ‘ValidationNeeded’
  • customer_asn (int) – The CustomerASN of the peering.
  • routing_registry_name (str) – The RoutingRegistryName of the configuration.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ExpressRouteCircuitStats(primarybytes_in=None, primarybytes_out=None, secondarybytes_in=None, secondarybytes_out=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Contains stats associated with the peering.

Parameters:
  • primarybytes_in (long) – Gets BytesIn of the peering.
  • primarybytes_out (long) – Gets BytesOut of the peering.
  • secondarybytes_in (long) – Gets BytesIn of the peering.
  • secondarybytes_out (long) – Gets BytesOut of the peering.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ExpressRouteCircuitPeering(id=None, peering_type=None, state=None, azure_asn=None, peer_asn=None, primary_peer_address_prefix=None, secondary_peer_address_prefix=None, primary_azure_port=None, secondary_azure_port=None, shared_key=None, vlan_id=None, microsoft_peering_config=None, stats=None, provisioning_state=None, gateway_manager_etag=None, last_modified_by=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

Peering in an ExpressRouteCircuit resource.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • peering_type (str or ExpressRouteCircuitPeeringType) – The PeeringType. Possible values are: ‘AzurePublicPeering’, ‘AzurePrivatePeering’, and ‘MicrosoftPeering’. Possible values include: ‘AzurePublicPeering’, ‘AzurePrivatePeering’, ‘MicrosoftPeering’
  • state (str or ExpressRouteCircuitPeeringState) – The state of peering. Possible values are: ‘Disabled’ and ‘Enabled’. Possible values include: ‘Disabled’, ‘Enabled’
  • azure_asn (int) – The Azure ASN.
  • peer_asn (int) – The peer ASN.
  • primary_peer_address_prefix (str) – The primary address prefix.
  • secondary_peer_address_prefix (str) – The secondary address prefix.
  • primary_azure_port (str) – The primary port.
  • secondary_azure_port (str) – The secondary port.
  • shared_key (str) – The shared key.
  • vlan_id (int) – The VLAN ID.
  • microsoft_peering_config (ExpressRouteCircuitPeeringConfig) – The Microsoft peering configuration.
  • stats (ExpressRouteCircuitStats) – Gets peering stats.
  • provisioning_state (str) – Gets the provisioning state of the public IP resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • gateway_manager_etag (str) – The GatewayManager Etag.
  • last_modified_by (str) – Gets whether the provider or the customer last modified the peering.
  • name (str) – Gets name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ExpressRouteCircuitSku(name=None, tier=None, family=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Contains SKU in an ExpressRouteCircuit.

Parameters:
  • name (str) – The name of the SKU.
  • tier (str or ExpressRouteCircuitSkuTier) – The tier of the SKU. Possible values are ‘Standard’ and ‘Premium’. Possible values include: ‘Standard’, ‘Premium’
  • family (str or ExpressRouteCircuitSkuFamily) – The family of the SKU. Possible values are: ‘UnlimitedData’ and ‘MeteredData’. Possible values include: ‘UnlimitedData’, ‘MeteredData’
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ExpressRouteCircuitServiceProviderProperties(service_provider_name=None, peering_location=None, bandwidth_in_mbps=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Contains ServiceProviderProperties in an ExpressRouteCircuit.

Parameters:
  • service_provider_name (str) – The serviceProviderName.
  • peering_location (str) – The peering location.
  • bandwidth_in_mbps (int) – The BandwidthInMbps.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ExpressRouteCircuit(id=None, location=None, tags=None, sku=None, allow_classic_operations=None, circuit_provisioning_state=None, service_provider_provisioning_state=None, authorizations=None, peerings=None, service_key=None, service_provider_notes=None, service_provider_properties=None, provisioning_state=None, gateway_manager_etag=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.resource.Resource

ExpressRouteCircuit resource.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • location (str) – Resource location.
  • tags (dict) – Resource tags.
  • sku (ExpressRouteCircuitSku) – The SKU.
  • allow_classic_operations (bool) – Allow classic operations
  • circuit_provisioning_state (str) – The CircuitProvisioningState state of the resource.
  • service_provider_provisioning_state (str or ServiceProviderProvisioningState) – The ServiceProviderProvisioningState state of the resource. Possible values are ‘NotProvisioned’, ‘Provisioning’, ‘Provisioned’, and ‘Deprovisioning’. Possible values include: ‘NotProvisioned’, ‘Provisioning’, ‘Provisioned’, ‘Deprovisioning’
  • authorizations (list of ExpressRouteCircuitAuthorization) – The list of authorizations.
  • peerings (list of ExpressRouteCircuitPeering) – The list of peerings.
  • service_key (str) – The ServiceKey.
  • service_provider_notes (str) – The ServiceProviderNotes.
  • service_provider_properties (ExpressRouteCircuitServiceProviderProperties) – The ServiceProviderProperties.
  • provisioning_state (str) – Gets the provisioning state of the public IP resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • gateway_manager_etag (str) – The GatewayManager Etag.
  • etag (str) – Gets a unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
Variables:
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ExpressRouteCircuitArpTable(age=None, interface=None, ip_address=None, mac_address=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

The ARP table associated with the ExpressRouteCircuit.

Parameters:
  • age (int) – Age
  • interface (str) – Interface
  • ip_address (str) – The IP address.
  • mac_address (str) – The MAC address.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ExpressRouteCircuitsArpTableListResult(value=None, next_link=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Response for ListArpTable associated with the Express Route Circuits API.

Parameters:
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ExpressRouteCircuitRoutesTable(network=None, next_hop=None, loc_prf=None, weight=None, path=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

The routes table associated with the ExpressRouteCircuit.

Parameters:
  • network (str) – network
  • next_hop (str) – nextHop
  • loc_prf (str) – locPrf
  • weight (int) – weight.
  • path (str) – path
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ExpressRouteCircuitsRoutesTableListResult(value=None, next_link=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Response for ListRoutesTable associated with the Express Route Circuits API.

Parameters:
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ExpressRouteCircuitRoutesTableSummary(neighbor=None, v=None, as_property=None, up_down=None, state_pfx_rcd=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

The routes table associated with the ExpressRouteCircuit.

Parameters:
  • neighbor (str) – Neighbor
  • v (int) – BGP version number spoken to the neighbor.
  • as_property (int) – Autonomous system number.
  • up_down (str) – The length of time that the BGP session has been in the Established state, or the current status if not in the Established state.
  • state_pfx_rcd (str) – Current state of the BGP session, and the number of prefixes that have been received from a neighbor or peer group.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ExpressRouteCircuitsRoutesTableSummaryListResult(value=None, next_link=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Response for ListRoutesTable associated with the Express Route Circuits API.

Parameters:
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ExpressRouteServiceProviderBandwidthsOffered(offer_name=None, value_in_mbps=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Contains bandwidths offered in ExpressRouteServiceProvider resources.

Parameters:
  • offer_name (str) – The OfferName.
  • value_in_mbps (int) – The ValueInMbps.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ExpressRouteServiceProvider(id=None, location=None, tags=None, peering_locations=None, bandwidths_offered=None, provisioning_state=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.resource.Resource

A ExpressRouteResourceProvider object.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • location (str) – Resource location.
  • tags (dict) – Resource tags.
  • peering_locations (list of str) – Get a list of peering locations.
  • bandwidths_offered (list of ExpressRouteServiceProviderBandwidthsOffered) – Gets bandwidths offered.
  • provisioning_state (str) – Gets the provisioning state of the resource.
Variables:
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.FrontendIPConfiguration(id=None, private_ip_address=None, private_ip_allocation_method=None, subnet=None, public_ip_address=None, provisioning_state=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

Frontend IP address of the load balancer.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • private_ip_address (str) – The private IP address of the IP configuration.
  • private_ip_allocation_method (str or IPAllocationMethod) – The Private IP allocation method. Possible values are: ‘Static’ and ‘Dynamic’. Possible values include: ‘Static’, ‘Dynamic’
  • subnet (Subnet) – The reference of the subnet resource.
  • public_ip_address (PublicIPAddress) – The reference of the Public IP resource.
  • provisioning_state (str) – Gets the provisioning state of the public IP resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • name (str) – The name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
Variables:
  • inbound_nat_rules (list of SubResource) – Read only. Inbound rules URIs that use this frontend IP.
  • inbound_nat_pools (list of SubResource) – Read only. Inbound pools URIs that use this frontend IP.
  • outbound_nat_rules (list of SubResource) – Read only. Outbound rules URIs that use this frontend IP.
  • load_balancing_rules (list of SubResource) – Gets load balancing rules URIs that use this frontend IP.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.LoadBalancingRule(protocol, frontend_port, id=None, frontend_ip_configuration=None, backend_address_pool=None, probe=None, load_distribution=None, backend_port=None, idle_timeout_in_minutes=None, enable_floating_ip=None, provisioning_state=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

A loag balancing rule for a load balancer.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • frontend_ip_configuration (SubResource) – A reference to frontend IP addresses.
  • backend_address_pool (SubResource) – A reference to a pool of DIPs. Inbound traffic is randomly load balanced across IPs in the backend IPs.
  • probe (SubResource) – The reference of the load balancer probe used by the load balancing rule.
  • protocol (str or TransportProtocol) – The transport protocol for the external endpoint. Possible values are ‘Udp’ or ‘Tcp’. Possible values include: ‘Udp’, ‘Tcp’
  • load_distribution (str or LoadDistribution) – The load distribution policy for this rule. Possible values are ‘Default’, ‘SourceIP’, and ‘SourceIPProtocol’. Possible values include: ‘Default’, ‘SourceIP’, ‘SourceIPProtocol’
  • frontend_port (int) – The port for the external endpoint. Port numbers for each rule must be unique within the Load Balancer. Acceptable values are between 1 and 65534.
  • backend_port (int) – The port used for internal connections on the endpoint. Acceptable values are between 1 and 65535.
  • idle_timeout_in_minutes (int) – The timeout for the TCP idle connection. The value can be set between 4 and 30 minutes. The default value is 4 minutes. This element is only used when the protocol is set to TCP.
  • enable_floating_ip (bool) – Configures a virtual machine’s endpoint for the floating IP capability required to configure a SQL AlwaysOn Availability Group. This setting is required when using the SQL AlwaysOn Availability Groups in SQL server. This setting can’t be changed after you create the endpoint.
  • provisioning_state (str) – Gets the provisioning state of the PublicIP resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • name (str) – The name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.Probe(protocol, port, id=None, interval_in_seconds=None, number_of_probes=None, request_path=None, provisioning_state=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

A load balancer probe.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • protocol (str or ProbeProtocol) – The protocol of the end point. Possible values are: ‘Http’ or ‘Tcp’. If ‘Tcp’ is specified, a received ACK is required for the probe to be successful. If ‘Http’ is specified, a 200 OK response from the specifies URI is required for the probe to be successful. Possible values include: ‘Http’, ‘Tcp’
  • port (int) – The port for communicating the probe. Possible values range from 1 to 65535, inclusive.
  • interval_in_seconds (int) – The interval, in seconds, for how frequently to probe the endpoint for health status. Typically, the interval is slightly less than half the allocated timeout period (in seconds) which allows two full probes before taking the instance out of rotation. The default value is 15, the minimum value is 5.
  • number_of_probes (int) – The number of probes where if no response, will result in stopping further traffic from being delivered to the endpoint. This values allows endpoints to be taken out of rotation faster or slower than the typical times used in Azure.
  • request_path (str) – The URI used for requesting health status from the VM. Path is required if a protocol is set to http. Otherwise, it is not allowed. There is no default value.
  • provisioning_state (str) – Gets the provisioning state of the public IP resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • name (str) – Gets name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
Variables:

load_balancing_rules (list of SubResource) – The load balancer rules that use this probe.

class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.InboundNatPool(protocol, frontend_port_range_start, frontend_port_range_end, backend_port, id=None, frontend_ip_configuration=None, provisioning_state=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

Inbound NAT pool of the load balancer.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • frontend_ip_configuration (SubResource) – A reference to frontend IP addresses.
  • protocol (str or TransportProtocol) – The transport protocol for the endpoint. Possible values are: ‘Udp’ or ‘Tcp’. Possible values include: ‘Udp’, ‘Tcp’
  • frontend_port_range_start (int) – The first port number in the range of external ports that will be used to provide Inbound Nat to NICs associated with a load balancer. Acceptable values range between 1 and 65534.
  • frontend_port_range_end (int) – The last port number in the range of external ports that will be used to provide Inbound Nat to NICs associated with a load balancer. Acceptable values range between 1 and 65535.
  • backend_port (int) – The port used for internal connections on the endpoint. Acceptable values are between 1 and 65535.
  • provisioning_state (str) – Gets the provisioning state of the PublicIP resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • name (str) – The name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.OutboundNatRule(backend_address_pool, id=None, allocated_outbound_ports=None, frontend_ip_configurations=None, provisioning_state=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

Outbound NAT pool of the load balancer.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • allocated_outbound_ports (int) – The number of outbound ports to be used for NAT.
  • frontend_ip_configurations (list of SubResource) – The Frontend IP addresses of the load balancer.
  • backend_address_pool (SubResource) – A reference to a pool of DIPs. Outbound traffic is randomly load balanced across IPs in the backend IPs.
  • provisioning_state (str) – Gets the provisioning state of the PublicIP resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • name (str) – The name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.LoadBalancer(id=None, location=None, tags=None, frontend_ip_configurations=None, backend_address_pools=None, load_balancing_rules=None, probes=None, inbound_nat_rules=None, inbound_nat_pools=None, outbound_nat_rules=None, resource_guid=None, provisioning_state=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.resource.Resource

LoadBalancer resource.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • location (str) – Resource location.
  • tags (dict) – Resource tags.
  • frontend_ip_configurations (list of FrontendIPConfiguration) – Object representing the frontend IPs to be used for the load balancer
  • backend_address_pools (list of BackendAddressPool) – Collection of backend address pools used by a load balancer
  • load_balancing_rules (list of LoadBalancingRule) – Object collection representing the load balancing rules Gets the provisioning
  • probes (list of Probe) – Collection of probe objects used in the load balancer
  • inbound_nat_rules (list of InboundNatRule) – Collection of inbound NAT Rules used by a load balancer. Defining inbound NAT rules on your load balancer is mutually exclusive with defining an inbound NAT pool. Inbound NAT pools are referenced from virtual machine scale sets. NICs that are associated with individual virtual machines cannot reference an Inbound NAT pool. They have to reference individual inbound NAT rules.
  • inbound_nat_pools (list of InboundNatPool) – Defines an external port range for inbound NAT to a single backend port on NICs associated with a load balancer. Inbound NAT rules are created automatically for each NIC associated with the Load Balancer using an external port from this range. Defining an Inbound NAT pool on your Load Balancer is mutually exclusive with defining inbound Nat rules. Inbound NAT pools are referenced from virtual machine scale sets. NICs that are associated with individual virtual machines cannot reference an inbound NAT pool. They have to reference individual inbound NAT rules.
  • outbound_nat_rules (list of OutboundNatRule) – The outbound NAT rules.
  • resource_guid (str) – The resource GUID property of the load balancer resource.
  • provisioning_state (str) – Gets the provisioning state of the PublicIP resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
Variables:
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ErrorDetails(code=None, target=None, message=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

ErrorDetails.

Parameters:
  • code (str) –
  • target (str) –
  • message (str) –
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.Error(code=None, message=None, target=None, details=None, inner_error=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Error.

Parameters:
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.AzureAsyncOperationResult(status=None, error=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

The response body contains the status of the specified asynchronous operation, indicating whether it has succeeded, is in progress, or has failed. Note that this status is distinct from the HTTP status code returned for the Get Operation Status operation itself. If the asynchronous operation succeeded, the response body includes the HTTP status code for the successful request. If the asynchronous operation failed, the response body includes the HTTP status code for the failed request and error information regarding the failure.

Parameters:
  • status (str or NetworkOperationStatus) – Status of the Azure async operation. Possible values are: ‘InProgress’, ‘Succeeded’, and ‘Failed’. Possible values include: ‘InProgress’, ‘Succeeded’, ‘Failed’
  • error (Error) –
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.EffectiveNetworkSecurityGroupAssociation(subnet=None, network_interface=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

The effective network security group association.

Parameters:
  • subnet (SubResource) – The ID of the subnet if assigned.
  • network_interface (SubResource) – The ID of the network interface if assigned.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.EffectiveNetworkSecurityRule(name=None, protocol=None, source_port_range=None, destination_port_range=None, source_address_prefix=None, destination_address_prefix=None, expanded_source_address_prefix=None, expanded_destination_address_prefix=None, access=None, priority=None, direction=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Effective network security rules.

Parameters:
  • name (str) – The name of the security rule specified by the user (if created by the user).
  • protocol (str or SecurityRuleProtocol) – The network protocol this rule applies to. Possible values are: ‘Tcp’, ‘Udp’, and ‘*’. Possible values include: ‘Tcp’, ‘Udp’, ‘*’
  • source_port_range (str) – The source port or range.
  • destination_port_range (str) – The destination port or range.
  • source_address_prefix (str) – The source address prefix.
  • destination_address_prefix (str) – The destination address prefix.
  • expanded_source_address_prefix (list of str) – The expanded source address prefix.
  • expanded_destination_address_prefix (list of str) – Expanded destination address prefix.
  • access (str or SecurityRuleAccess) – Whether network traffic is allowed or denied. Possible values are: ‘Allow’ and ‘Deny’. Possible values include: ‘Allow’, ‘Deny’
  • priority (int) – The priority of the rule.
  • direction (str or SecurityRuleDirection) – The direction of the rule. Possible values are: ‘Inbound and Outbound’. Possible values include: ‘Inbound’, ‘Outbound’
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.EffectiveNetworkSecurityGroup(network_security_group=None, association=None, effective_security_rules=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Effective network security group.

Parameters:
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.EffectiveNetworkSecurityGroupListResult(value=None, next_link=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Response for list effective network security groups API service call.

Parameters:
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.EffectiveRoute(name=None, source=None, state=None, address_prefix=None, next_hop_ip_address=None, next_hop_type=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Effective Route.

Parameters:
  • name (str) – The name of the user defined route. This is optional.
  • source (str or EffectiveRouteSource) – Who created the route. Possible values are: ‘Unknown’, ‘User’, ‘VirtualNetworkGateway’, and ‘Default’. Possible values include: ‘Unknown’, ‘User’, ‘VirtualNetworkGateway’, ‘Default’
  • state (str or EffectiveRouteState) – The value of effective route. Possible values are: ‘Active’ and ‘Invalid’. Possible values include: ‘Active’, ‘Invalid’
  • address_prefix (list of str) – The address prefixes of the effective routes in CIDR notation.
  • next_hop_ip_address (list of str) – The IP address of the next hop of the effective route.
  • next_hop_type (str or RouteNextHopType) – The type of Azure hop the packet should be sent to. Possible values are: ‘VirtualNetworkGateway’, ‘VnetLocal’, ‘Internet’, ‘VirtualAppliance’, and ‘None’. Possible values include: ‘VirtualNetworkGateway’, ‘VnetLocal’, ‘Internet’, ‘VirtualAppliance’, ‘None’
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.EffectiveRouteListResult(value=None, next_link=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Response for list effective route API service call.

Parameters:
  • value (list of EffectiveRoute) – A list of effective routes.
  • next_link (str) – The URL to get the next set of results.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.NetworkWatcher(id=None, location=None, tags=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.resource.Resource

Network watcher in a resource group.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • location (str) – Resource location.
  • tags (dict) – Resource tags.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
Variables:
  • name (str) – Resource name.
  • type (str) – Resource type.
  • provisioning_state (str or ProvisioningState) – The provisioning state of the resource. Possible values include: ‘Succeeded’, ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, ‘Failed’
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.TopologyParameters(target_resource_group_name)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Parameters that define the representation of topology.

Parameters:target_resource_group_name (str) – The name of the target resource group to perform topology on.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.TopologyAssociation(name=None, resource_id=None, association_type=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Resources that have an association with the parent resource.

Parameters:
  • name (str) – The name of the resource that is associated with the parent resource.
  • resource_id (str) – The ID of the resource that is associated with the parent resource.
  • association_type (str or AssociationType) – The association type of the child resource to the parent resource. Possible values include: ‘Associated’, ‘Contains’
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.TopologyResource(name=None, id=None, location=None, associations=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

The network resource topology information for the given resource group.

Parameters:
  • name (str) – Name of the resource.
  • id (str) – ID of the resource.
  • location (str) – Resource location.
  • associations (list of TopologyAssociation) – Holds the associations the resource has with other resources in the resource group.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.Topology(resources=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Topology of the specified resource group.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Variables:
  • id (str) – GUID representing the operation id.
  • created_date_time (datetime) – The datetime when the topology was initially created for the resource group.
  • last_modified (datetime) – The datetime when the topology was last modified.
Parameters:

resources (list of TopologyResource) –

class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.VerificationIPFlowParameters(target_resource_id, direction, protocol, local_port, remote_port, local_ip_address, remote_ip_address, target_nic_resource_id=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Parameters that define the IP flow to be verified.

Parameters:
  • target_resource_id (str) – The ID of the target resource to perform next-hop on.
  • direction (str or Direction) – The direction of the packet represented as a 5-tuple. Possible values include: ‘Inbound’, ‘Outbound’
  • protocol (str or Protocol) – Protocol to be verified on. Possible values include: ‘TCP’, ‘UDP’
  • local_port (str) – The local port. Acceptable values are a single integer in the range (0-65535). Support for * for the source port, which depends on the direction.
  • remote_port (str) – The remote port. Acceptable values are a single integer in the range (0-65535). Support for * for the source port, which depends on the direction.
  • local_ip_address (str) – The local IP address. Acceptable values are valid IPv4 addresses.
  • remote_ip_address (str) – The remote IP address. Acceptable values are valid IPv4 addresses.
  • target_nic_resource_id (str) – The NIC ID. (If VM has multiple NICs and IP forwarding is enabled on any of them, then this parameter must be specified. Otherwise optional).
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.VerificationIPFlowResult(access=None, rule_name=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Results of IP flow verification on the target resource.

Parameters:
  • access (str or Access) – Indicates whether the traffic is allowed or denied. Possible values include: ‘Allow’, ‘Deny’
  • rule_name (str) – Name of the rule. If input is not matched against any security rule, it is not displayed.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.NextHopParameters(target_resource_id, source_ip_address, destination_ip_address, target_nic_resource_id=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Parameters that define the source and destination endpoint.

Parameters:
  • target_resource_id (str) – The resource identifier of the target resource against which the action is to be performed.
  • source_ip_address (str) – The source IP address.
  • destination_ip_address (str) – The destination IP address.
  • target_nic_resource_id (str) – The NIC ID. (If VM has multiple NICs and IP forwarding is enabled on any of the nics, then this parameter must be specified. Otherwise optional).
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.NextHopResult(next_hop_type=None, next_hop_ip_address=None, route_table_id=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

The information about next hop from the specified VM.

Parameters:
  • next_hop_type (str or NextHopType) – Next hop type. Possible values include: ‘Internet’, ‘VirtualAppliance’, ‘VirtualNetworkGateway’, ‘VnetLocal’, ‘HyperNetGateway’, ‘None’
  • next_hop_ip_address (str) – Next hop IP Address
  • route_table_id (str) – The resource identifier for the route table associated with the route being returned. If the route being returned does not correspond to any user created routes then this field will be the string ‘System Route’.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.SecurityGroupViewParameters(target_resource_id)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Parameters that define the VM to check security groups for.

Parameters:target_resource_id (str) – ID of the target VM.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.NetworkInterfaceAssociation(security_rules=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Network interface and its custom security rules.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Variables:id (str) – Network interface ID.
Parameters:security_rules (list of SecurityRule) – Collection of custom security rules.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.SubnetAssociation(security_rules=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Network interface and its custom security rules.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Variables:id (str) – Subnet ID.
Parameters:security_rules (list of SecurityRule) – Collection of custom security rules.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.SecurityRuleAssociations(network_interface_association=None, subnet_association=None, default_security_rules=None, effective_security_rules=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

All security rules associated with the network interface.

Parameters:
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.SecurityGroupNetworkInterface(id=None, security_rule_associations=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Network interface and all its associated security rules.

Parameters:
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.SecurityGroupViewResult(network_interfaces=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

The information about security rules applied to the specified VM.

Parameters:network_interfaces (list of SecurityGroupNetworkInterface) – List of network interfaces on the specified VM.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.PacketCaptureStorageLocation(storage_id=None, storage_path=None, file_path=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Describes the storage location for a packet capture session.

Parameters:
  • storage_id (str) – The ID of the storage account to save the packet capture session. Required if no local file path is provided.
  • storage_path (str) – The URI of the storage path to save the packet capture. Must be a well-formed URI describing the location to save the packet capture.
  • file_path (str) – A valid local path on the targeting VM. Must include the name of the capture file (*.cap). For linux virtual machine it must start with /var/captures. Required if no storage ID is provided, otherwise optional.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.PacketCaptureFilter(protocol='Any', local_ip_address=None, remote_ip_address=None, local_port=None, remote_port=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Filter that is applied to packet capture request. Multiple filters can be applied.

Parameters:
  • protocol (str or PcProtocol) – Protocol to be filtered on. Possible values include: ‘TCP’, ‘UDP’, ‘Any’. Default value: “Any” .
  • local_ip_address (str) – Local IP Address to be filtered on. Notation: “127.0.0.1” for single address entry. “127.0.0.1-127.0.0.255” for range. “127.0.0.1;127.0.0.5”? for multiple entries. Multiple ranges not currently supported. Mixing ranges with multiple entries not currently supported. Default = null.
  • remote_ip_address (str) – Local IP Address to be filtered on. Notation: “127.0.0.1” for single address entry. “127.0.0.1-127.0.0.255” for range. “127.0.0.1;127.0.0.5;” for multiple entries. Multiple ranges not currently supported. Mixing ranges with multiple entries not currently supported. Default = null.
  • local_port (str) – Local port to be filtered on. Notation: “80” for single port entry.”80-85” for range. “80;443;” for multiple entries. Multiple ranges not currently supported. Mixing ranges with multiple entries not currently supported. Default = null.
  • remote_port (str) – Remote port to be filtered on. Notation: “80” for single port entry.”80-85” for range. “80;443;” for multiple entries. Multiple ranges not currently supported. Mixing ranges with multiple entries not currently supported. Default = null.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.PacketCaptureParameters(target, storage_location, bytes_to_capture_per_packet=0, total_bytes_per_session=1073741824, time_limit_in_seconds=18000, filters=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Parameters that define the create packet capture operation.

Parameters:
  • target (str) – The ID of the targeted resource, only VM is currently supported.
  • bytes_to_capture_per_packet (int) – Number of bytes captured per packet, the remaining bytes are truncated. Default value: 0 .
  • total_bytes_per_session (int) – Maximum size of the capture output. Default value: 1073741824 .
  • time_limit_in_seconds (int) – Maximum duration of the capture session in seconds. Default value: 18000 .
  • storage_location (PacketCaptureStorageLocation) –
  • filters (list of PacketCaptureFilter) –
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.PacketCapture(target, storage_location, bytes_to_capture_per_packet=0, total_bytes_per_session=1073741824, time_limit_in_seconds=18000, filters=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Parameters that define the create packet capture operation.

Parameters:
  • target (str) – The ID of the targeted resource, only VM is currently supported.
  • bytes_to_capture_per_packet (int) – Number of bytes captured per packet, the remaining bytes are truncated. Default value: 0 .
  • total_bytes_per_session (int) – Maximum size of the capture output. Default value: 1073741824 .
  • time_limit_in_seconds (int) – Maximum duration of the capture session in seconds. Default value: 18000 .
  • storage_location (PacketCaptureStorageLocation) –
  • filters (list of PacketCaptureFilter) –
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.PacketCaptureResult(target, storage_location, etag='A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.', bytes_to_capture_per_packet=0, total_bytes_per_session=1073741824, time_limit_in_seconds=18000, filters=None, provisioning_state=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Information about packet capture session.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Variables:
  • name (str) – Name of the packet capture session.
  • id (str) – ID of the packet capture operation.
Parameters:
  • etag (str) – Default value: “A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.” .
  • target (str) – The ID of the targeted resource, only VM is currently supported.
  • bytes_to_capture_per_packet (int) – Number of bytes captured per packet, the remaining bytes are truncated. Default value: 0 .
  • total_bytes_per_session (int) – Maximum size of the capture output. Default value: 1073741824 .
  • time_limit_in_seconds (int) – Maximum duration of the capture session in seconds. Default value: 18000 .
  • storage_location (PacketCaptureStorageLocation) –
  • filters (list of PacketCaptureFilter) –
  • provisioning_state (str or ProvisioningState) – The provisioning state of the packet capture session. Possible values include: ‘Succeeded’, ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, ‘Failed’
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.PacketCaptureQueryStatusResult(name=None, id=None, capture_start_time=None, packet_capture_status=None, stop_reason=None, packet_capture_error=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Status of packet capture session.

Parameters:
  • name (str) – The name of the packet capture resource.
  • id (str) – The ID of the packet capture resource.
  • capture_start_time (datetime) – The start time of the packet capture session.
  • packet_capture_status (str or PcStatus) – The status of the packet capture session. Possible values include: ‘NotStarted’, ‘Running’, ‘Stopped’, ‘Error’, ‘Unknown’
  • stop_reason (str) – The reason the current packet capture session was stopped.
  • packet_capture_error (list of str or PcError) – List of errors of packet capture session.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.TroubleshootingParameters(target_resource_id, storage_id, storage_path)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Parameters that define the resource to troubleshoot.

Parameters:
  • target_resource_id (str) – The target resource to troubleshoot.
  • storage_id (str) – The ID for the storage account to save the troubleshoot result.
  • storage_path (str) – The path to the blob to save the troubleshoot result in.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.QueryTroubleshootingParameters(target_resource_id)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Parameters that define the resource to query the troubleshooting result.

Parameters:target_resource_id (str) – The target resource ID to query the troubleshooting result.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.TroubleshootingRecommendedActions(action_id=None, action_text=None, action_uri=None, action_uri_text=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Recommended actions based on discovered issues.

Parameters:
  • action_id (str) – ID of the recommended action.
  • action_text (str) – Description of recommended actions.
  • action_uri (str) – The uri linking to a documentation for the recommended troubleshooting actions.
  • action_uri_text (str) – The information from the URI for the recommended troubleshooting actions.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.TroubleshootingDetails(id=None, reason_type=None, summary=None, detail=None, recommended_actions=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Information gained from troubleshooting of specified resource.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – The id of the get troubleshoot operation.
  • reason_type (str) – Reason type of failure.
  • summary (str) – A summary of troubleshooting.
  • detail (str) – Details on troubleshooting results.
  • recommended_actions (list of TroubleshootingRecommendedActions) – List of recommended actions.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.TroubleshootingResult(start_time=None, end_time=None, code=None, results=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Troubleshooting information gained from specified resource.

Parameters:
  • start_time (datetime) – The start time of the troubleshooting.
  • end_time (datetime) – The end time of the troubleshooting.
  • code (str) – The result code of the troubleshooting.
  • results (list of TroubleshootingDetails) – Information from troubleshooting.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.RetentionPolicyParameters(days=0, enabled=False)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Parameters that define the retention policy for flow log.

Parameters:
  • days (int) – Number of days to retain flow log records. Default value: 0 .
  • enabled (bool) – Flag to enable/disable retention. Default value: False .
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.FlowLogStatusParameters(target_resource_id)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Parameters that define a resource to query flow log status.

Parameters:target_resource_id (str) – The target resource where getting the flow logging status.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.FlowLogInformation(target_resource_id, storage_id, enabled, retention_policy=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Information on the configuration of flow log.

Parameters:
  • target_resource_id (str) – The ID of the resource to configure for flow logging.
  • storage_id (str) – ID of the storage account which is used to store the flow log.
  • enabled (bool) – Flag to enable/disable flow logging.
  • retention_policy (RetentionPolicyParameters) –
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.UsageName(value=None, localized_value=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

The usage names.

Parameters:
  • value (str) – A string describing the resource name.
  • localized_value (str) – A localized string describing the resource name.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.Usage(current_value, limit, name)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Describes network resource usage.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Variables:

unit (str) – An enum describing the unit of measurement. Default value: “Count” .

Parameters:
  • current_value (long) – The current value of the usage.
  • limit (long) – The limit of usage.
  • name (UsageName) – The name of the type of usage.
unit = 'Count'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.VirtualNetworkPeering(id=None, allow_virtual_network_access=None, allow_forwarded_traffic=None, allow_gateway_transit=None, use_remote_gateways=None, remote_virtual_network=None, peering_state=None, provisioning_state=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

Peerings in a virtual network resource.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • allow_virtual_network_access (bool) – Whether the VMs in the linked virtual network space would be able to access all the VMs in local Virtual network space.
  • allow_forwarded_traffic (bool) – Whether the forwarded traffic from the VMs in the remote virtual network will be allowed/disallowed.
  • allow_gateway_transit (bool) – If gateway links can be used in remote virtual networking to link to this virtual network.
  • use_remote_gateways (bool) – If remote gateways can be used on this virtual network. If the flag is set to true, and allowGatewayTransit on remote peering is also true, virtual network will use gateways of remote virtual network for transit. Only one peering can have this flag set to true. This flag cannot be set if virtual network already has a gateway.
  • remote_virtual_network (SubResource) – The reference of the remote virtual network.
  • peering_state (str or VirtualNetworkPeeringState) – The status of the virtual network peering. Possible values are ‘Initiated’, ‘Connected’, and ‘Disconnected’. Possible values include: ‘Initiated’, ‘Connected’, ‘Disconnected’
  • provisioning_state (str) – The provisioning state of the resource.
  • name (str) – The name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.AddressSpace(address_prefixes=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

AddressSpace contains an array of IP address ranges that can be used by subnets of the virtual network.

Parameters:address_prefixes (list of str) – A list of address blocks reserved for this virtual network in CIDR notation.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.DhcpOptions(dns_servers=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

DhcpOptions contains an array of DNS servers available to VMs deployed in the virtual network. Standard DHCP option for a subnet overrides VNET DHCP options.

Parameters:dns_servers (list of str) – The list of DNS servers IP addresses.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.VirtualNetwork(id=None, location=None, tags=None, address_space=None, dhcp_options=None, subnets=None, virtual_network_peerings=None, resource_guid=None, provisioning_state=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.resource.Resource

Virtual Network resource.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • location (str) – Resource location.
  • tags (dict) – Resource tags.
  • address_space (AddressSpace) – The AddressSpace that contains an array of IP address ranges that can be used by subnets.
  • dhcp_options (DhcpOptions) – The dhcpOptions that contains an array of DNS servers available to VMs deployed in the virtual network.
  • subnets (list of Subnet) – A list of subnets in a Virtual Network.
  • virtual_network_peerings (list of VirtualNetworkPeering) – A list of peerings in a Virtual Network.
  • resource_guid (str) – The resourceGuid property of the Virtual Network resource.
  • provisioning_state (str) – The provisioning state of the PublicIP resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
  • etag (str) – Gets a unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
Variables:
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.IPAddressAvailabilityResult(available=None, available_ip_addresses=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Response for CheckIPAddressAvailability API service call.

Parameters:
  • available (bool) – Private IP address availability.
  • available_ip_addresses (list of str) – Contains other available private IP addresses if the asked for address is taken.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.VirtualNetworkGatewayIPConfiguration(subnet, public_ip_address, id=None, private_ip_allocation_method=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

IP configuration for virtual network gateway.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • private_ip_allocation_method (str or IPAllocationMethod) – The private IP allocation method. Possible values are: ‘Static’ and ‘Dynamic’. Possible values include: ‘Static’, ‘Dynamic’
  • subnet (SubResource) – The reference of the subnet resource.
  • public_ip_address (SubResource) – The reference of the public IP resource.
  • name (str) – The name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
Variables:

provisioning_state (str) – The provisioning state of the public IP resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.

class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.VirtualNetworkGatewaySku(name, tier, capacity=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

VirtualNetworkGatewaySku details.

Parameters:
  • name (str or VirtualNetworkGatewaySkuName) – Gateway SKU name. Possible values are: ‘Basic’, ‘HighPerformance’,’Standard’, and ‘UltraPerformance’. Possible values include: ‘Basic’, ‘HighPerformance’, ‘Standard’, ‘UltraPerformance’
  • tier (str or VirtualNetworkGatewaySkuTier) – Gateway SKU tier. Possible values are: ‘Basic’, ‘HighPerformance’,’Standard’, and ‘UltraPerformance’. Possible values include: ‘Basic’, ‘HighPerformance’, ‘Standard’, ‘UltraPerformance’
  • capacity (int) – The capacity.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.VpnClientRootCertificate(public_cert_data, id=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

VPN client root certificate of virtual network gateway.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • public_cert_data (str) – The certificate public data.
  • name (str) – The name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
Variables:

provisioning_state (str) – The provisioning state of the VPN client root certificate resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.

class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.VpnClientRevokedCertificate(id=None, thumbprint=None, name=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.sub_resource.SubResource

VPN client revoked certificate of virtual network gateway.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • thumbprint (str) – The revoked VPN client certificate thumbprint.
  • name (str) – The name of the resource that is unique within a resource group. This name can be used to access the resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
Variables:

provisioning_state (str) – The provisioning state of the VPN client revoked certificate resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.

class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.VpnClientConfiguration(vpn_client_address_pool=None, vpn_client_root_certificates=None, vpn_client_revoked_certificates=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

VpnClientConfiguration for P2S client.

Parameters:
  • vpn_client_address_pool (AddressSpace) – The reference of the address space resource which represents Address space for P2S VpnClient.
  • vpn_client_root_certificates (list of VpnClientRootCertificate) – VpnClientRootCertificate for virtual network gateway.
  • vpn_client_revoked_certificates (list of VpnClientRevokedCertificate) – VpnClientRevokedCertificate for Virtual network gateway.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.BgpSettings(asn=None, bgp_peering_address=None, peer_weight=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

BgpSettings.

Parameters:
  • asn (long) – The BGP speaker’s ASN.
  • bgp_peering_address (str) – The BGP peering address and BGP identifier of this BGP speaker.
  • peer_weight (int) – The weight added to routes learned from this BGP speaker.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.BgpPeerStatus[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

BgpPeerStatus.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Variables:
  • local_address (str) – The virtual network gateway’s local address
  • neighbor (str) – The remote BGP peer
  • asn (int) – The autonomous system number of the remote BGP peer
  • state (str or BgpPeerState) – The BGP peer state. Possible values include: ‘Unknown’, ‘Stopped’, ‘Idle’, ‘Connecting’, ‘Connected’
  • connected_duration (str) – For how long the peering has been up
  • routes_received (long) – The number of routes learned from this peer
  • messages_sent (long) – The number of BGP messages sent
  • messages_received (int) – The number of BGP messages received
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.GatewayRoute[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

GatewayRoute.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Variables:
  • local_address (str) – The gateway’s local address
  • network (str) – The route’s network prefix
  • next_hop (str) – The route’s next hop
  • source_peer (str) – The peer this route was learned from
  • origin (str) – The source this route was learned from
  • as_path (str) – The route’s AS path sequence
  • weight (int) – The route’s weight
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.VirtualNetworkGateway(ip_configurations, gateway_type, vpn_type, id=None, location=None, tags=None, enable_bgp=None, active_active=None, gateway_default_site=None, sku=None, vpn_client_configuration=None, bgp_settings=None, resource_guid=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.resource.Resource

A common class for general resource information.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • location (str) – Resource location.
  • tags (dict) – Resource tags.
  • ip_configurations (list of VirtualNetworkGatewayIPConfiguration) – IP configurations for virtual network gateway.
  • gateway_type (str or VirtualNetworkGatewayType) – The type of this virtual network gateway. Possible values are: ‘Vpn’ and ‘ExpressRoute’. Possible values include: ‘Vpn’, ‘ExpressRoute’
  • vpn_type (str or VpnType) – The type of this virtual network gateway. Possible values are: ‘PolicyBased’ and ‘RouteBased’. Possible values include: ‘PolicyBased’, ‘RouteBased’
  • enable_bgp (bool) – Whether BGP is enabled for this virtual network gateway or not.
  • active_active (bool) – ActiveActive flag
  • gateway_default_site (SubResource) – The reference of the LocalNetworkGateway resource which represents local network site having default routes. Assign Null value in case of removing existing default site setting.
  • sku (VirtualNetworkGatewaySku) – The reference of the VirtualNetworkGatewaySku resource which represents the SKU selected for Virtual network gateway.
  • vpn_client_configuration (VpnClientConfiguration) – The reference of the VpnClientConfiguration resource which represents the P2S VpnClient configurations.
  • bgp_settings (BgpSettings) – Virtual network gateway’s BGP speaker settings.
  • resource_guid (str) – The resource GUID property of the VirtualNetworkGateway resource.
  • etag (str) – Gets a unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
Variables:
  • name (str) – Resource name.
  • type (str) – Resource type.
  • provisioning_state (str) – The provisioning state of the VirtualNetworkGateway resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.VpnClientParameters(processor_architecture)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

VpnClientParameters.

Parameters:processor_architecture (str or ProcessorArchitecture) – VPN client Processor Architecture. Possible values are: ‘AMD64’ and ‘X86’. Possible values include: ‘Amd64’, ‘X86’
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.BgpPeerStatusListResult(value=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Response for list BGP peer status API service call.

Parameters:value (list of BgpPeerStatus) – List of BGP peers
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.GatewayRouteListResult(value=None)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

List of virtual network gateway routes.

Parameters:value (list of GatewayRoute) – List of gateway routes
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.TunnelConnectionHealth[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

VirtualNetworkGatewayConnection properties.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Variables:
  • tunnel (str) – Tunnel name.
  • connection_status (str or VirtualNetworkGatewayConnectionStatus) – Virtual network Gateway connection status. Possible values include: ‘Unknown’, ‘Connecting’, ‘Connected’, ‘NotConnected’
  • ingress_bytes_transferred (long) – The Ingress Bytes Transferred in this connection
  • egress_bytes_transferred (long) – The Egress Bytes Transferred in this connection
  • last_connection_established_utc_time (str) – The time at which connection was established in Utc format.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.LocalNetworkGateway(local_network_address_space, id=None, location=None, tags=None, gateway_ip_address=None, bgp_settings=None, resource_guid=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.resource.Resource

A common class for general resource information.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • location (str) – Resource location.
  • tags (dict) – Resource tags.
  • local_network_address_space (AddressSpace) – Local network site address space.
  • gateway_ip_address (str) – IP address of local network gateway.
  • bgp_settings (BgpSettings) – Local network gateway’s BGP speaker settings.
  • resource_guid (str) – The resource GUID property of the LocalNetworkGateway resource.
  • etag (str) – A unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
Variables:
  • name (str) – Resource name.
  • type (str) – Resource type.
  • provisioning_state (str) – The provisioning state of the LocalNetworkGateway resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.VirtualNetworkGatewayConnection(virtual_network_gateway1, connection_type, id=None, location=None, tags=None, authorization_key=None, virtual_network_gateway2=None, local_network_gateway2=None, routing_weight=None, shared_key=None, peer=None, enable_bgp=None, resource_guid=None, etag=None)[source]

Bases: azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.resource.Resource

A common class for general resource information.

Variables are only populated by the server, and will be ignored when sending a request.

Parameters:
  • id (str) – Resource ID.
  • location (str) – Resource location.
  • tags (dict) – Resource tags.
  • authorization_key (str) – The authorizationKey.
  • virtual_network_gateway1 (VirtualNetworkGateway) –
  • virtual_network_gateway2 (VirtualNetworkGateway) –
  • local_network_gateway2 (LocalNetworkGateway) –
  • connection_type (str or VirtualNetworkGatewayConnectionType) – Gateway connection type. Possible values are: ‘Ipsec’,’Vnet2Vnet’,’ExpressRoute’, and ‘VPNClient. Possible values include: ‘IPsec’, ‘Vnet2Vnet’, ‘ExpressRoute’, ‘VPNClient’
  • routing_weight (int) – The routing weight.
  • shared_key (str) – The IPSec shared key.
  • peer (SubResource) – The reference to peerings resource.
  • enable_bgp (bool) – EnableBgp flag
  • resource_guid (str) – The resource GUID property of the VirtualNetworkGatewayConnection resource.
  • etag (str) – Gets a unique read-only string that changes whenever the resource is updated.
Variables:
  • name (str) – Resource name.
  • type (str) – Resource type.
  • connection_status (str or VirtualNetworkGatewayConnectionStatus) – Virtual network Gateway connection status. Possible values are ‘Unknown’, ‘Connecting’, ‘Connected’ and ‘NotConnected’. Possible values include: ‘Unknown’, ‘Connecting’, ‘Connected’, ‘NotConnected’
  • tunnel_connection_status (list of TunnelConnectionHealth) – Collection of all tunnels’ connection health status.
  • egress_bytes_transferred (long) – The egress bytes transferred in this connection.
  • ingress_bytes_transferred (long) – The ingress bytes transferred in this connection.
  • provisioning_state (str) – The provisioning state of the VirtualNetworkGatewayConnection resource. Possible values are: ‘Updating’, ‘Deleting’, and ‘Failed’.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ConnectionResetSharedKey(key_length)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

ConnectionResetSharedKey.

Parameters:key_length (int) – The virtual network connection reset shared key length, should between 1 and 128.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ConnectionSharedKey(value)[source]

Bases: msrest.serialization.Model

Response for GetConnectionSharedKey API service call.

Parameters:value (str) – The virtual network connection shared key value.
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.NetworkInterfacePaged(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: msrest.paging.Paged

A paging container for iterating over a list of NetworkInterface object

class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewayPaged(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: msrest.paging.Paged

A paging container for iterating over a list of ApplicationGateway object

class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ExpressRouteCircuitAuthorizationPaged(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: msrest.paging.Paged

A paging container for iterating over a list of ExpressRouteCircuitAuthorization object

class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ExpressRouteCircuitPeeringPaged(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: msrest.paging.Paged

A paging container for iterating over a list of ExpressRouteCircuitPeering object

class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ExpressRouteCircuitPaged(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: msrest.paging.Paged

A paging container for iterating over a list of ExpressRouteCircuit object

class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ExpressRouteServiceProviderPaged(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: msrest.paging.Paged

A paging container for iterating over a list of ExpressRouteServiceProvider object

class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.LoadBalancerPaged(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: msrest.paging.Paged

A paging container for iterating over a list of LoadBalancer object

class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.NetworkSecurityGroupPaged(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: msrest.paging.Paged

A paging container for iterating over a list of NetworkSecurityGroup object

class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.SecurityRulePaged(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: msrest.paging.Paged

A paging container for iterating over a list of SecurityRule object

class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.NetworkWatcherPaged(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: msrest.paging.Paged

A paging container for iterating over a list of NetworkWatcher object

class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.PacketCaptureResultPaged(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: msrest.paging.Paged

A paging container for iterating over a list of PacketCaptureResult object

class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.PublicIPAddressPaged(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: msrest.paging.Paged

A paging container for iterating over a list of PublicIPAddress object

class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.RouteTablePaged(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: msrest.paging.Paged

A paging container for iterating over a list of RouteTable object

class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.RoutePaged(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: msrest.paging.Paged

A paging container for iterating over a list of Route object

class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.UsagePaged(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: msrest.paging.Paged

A paging container for iterating over a list of Usage object

class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.VirtualNetworkPaged(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: msrest.paging.Paged

A paging container for iterating over a list of VirtualNetwork object

class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.SubnetPaged(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: msrest.paging.Paged

A paging container for iterating over a list of Subnet object

class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.VirtualNetworkPeeringPaged(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: msrest.paging.Paged

A paging container for iterating over a list of VirtualNetworkPeering object

class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.VirtualNetworkGatewayPaged(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: msrest.paging.Paged

A paging container for iterating over a list of VirtualNetworkGateway object

class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.VirtualNetworkGatewayConnectionPaged(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: msrest.paging.Paged

A paging container for iterating over a list of VirtualNetworkGatewayConnection object

class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.LocalNetworkGatewayPaged(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: msrest.paging.Paged

A paging container for iterating over a list of LocalNetworkGateway object

class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.RouteNextHopType[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

internet = 'Internet'
none = 'None'
virtual_appliance = 'VirtualAppliance'
virtual_network_gateway = 'VirtualNetworkGateway'
vnet_local = 'VnetLocal'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.SecurityRuleProtocol[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

asterisk = '*'
tcp = 'Tcp'
udp = 'Udp'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.SecurityRuleAccess[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

allow = 'Allow'
deny = 'Deny'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.SecurityRuleDirection[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

inbound = 'Inbound'
outbound = 'Outbound'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.TransportProtocol[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

tcp = 'Tcp'
udp = 'Udp'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.IPAllocationMethod[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

dynamic = 'Dynamic'
static = 'Static'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.IPVersion[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

ipv4 = 'IPv4'
ipv6 = 'IPv6'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewayProtocol[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

http = 'Http'
https = 'Https'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewayCookieBasedAffinity[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

disabled = 'Disabled'
enabled = 'Enabled'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewayBackendHealthServerHealth[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

down = 'Down'
partial = 'Partial'
unknown = 'Unknown'
up = 'Up'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewaySkuName[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

standard_large = 'Standard_Large'
standard_medium = 'Standard_Medium'
standard_small = 'Standard_Small'
waf_large = 'WAF_Large'
waf_medium = 'WAF_Medium'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewayTier[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

standard = 'Standard'
waf = 'WAF'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewaySslProtocol[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

tl_sv1_0 = 'TLSv1_0'
tl_sv1_1 = 'TLSv1_1'
tl_sv1_2 = 'TLSv1_2'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewayRequestRoutingRuleType[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

basic = 'Basic'
path_based_routing = 'PathBasedRouting'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewayOperationalState[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

running = 'Running'
starting = 'Starting'
stopped = 'Stopped'
stopping = 'Stopping'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ApplicationGatewayFirewallMode[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

detection = 'Detection'
prevention = 'Prevention'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.AuthorizationUseStatus[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

available = 'Available'
in_use = 'InUse'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ExpressRouteCircuitPeeringAdvertisedPublicPrefixState[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

configured = 'Configured'
configuring = 'Configuring'
not_configured = 'NotConfigured'
validation_needed = 'ValidationNeeded'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ExpressRouteCircuitPeeringType[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

azure_private_peering = 'AzurePrivatePeering'
azure_public_peering = 'AzurePublicPeering'
microsoft_peering = 'MicrosoftPeering'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ExpressRouteCircuitPeeringState[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

disabled = 'Disabled'
enabled = 'Enabled'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ExpressRouteCircuitSkuTier[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

premium = 'Premium'
standard = 'Standard'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ExpressRouteCircuitSkuFamily[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

metered_data = 'MeteredData'
unlimited_data = 'UnlimitedData'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ServiceProviderProvisioningState[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

deprovisioning = 'Deprovisioning'
not_provisioned = 'NotProvisioned'
provisioned = 'Provisioned'
provisioning = 'Provisioning'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.LoadDistribution[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

default = 'Default'
source_ip = 'SourceIP'
source_ip_protocol = 'SourceIPProtocol'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ProbeProtocol[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

http = 'Http'
tcp = 'Tcp'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.NetworkOperationStatus[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

failed = 'Failed'
in_progress = 'InProgress'
succeeded = 'Succeeded'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.EffectiveRouteSource[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

default = 'Default'
unknown = 'Unknown'
user = 'User'
virtual_network_gateway = 'VirtualNetworkGateway'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.EffectiveRouteState[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

active = 'Active'
invalid = 'Invalid'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ProvisioningState[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

deleting = 'Deleting'
failed = 'Failed'
succeeded = 'Succeeded'
updating = 'Updating'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.AssociationType[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

associated = 'Associated'
contains = 'Contains'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.Direction[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

inbound = 'Inbound'
outbound = 'Outbound'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.Protocol[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

tcp = 'TCP'
udp = 'UDP'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.Access[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

allow = 'Allow'
deny = 'Deny'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.NextHopType[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

hyper_net_gateway = 'HyperNetGateway'
internet = 'Internet'
none = 'None'
virtual_appliance = 'VirtualAppliance'
virtual_network_gateway = 'VirtualNetworkGateway'
vnet_local = 'VnetLocal'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.PcProtocol[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

any = 'Any'
tcp = 'TCP'
udp = 'UDP'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.PcStatus[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

error = 'Error'
not_started = 'NotStarted'
running = 'Running'
stopped = 'Stopped'
unknown = 'Unknown'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.PcError[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

agent_stopped = 'AgentStopped'
capture_failed = 'CaptureFailed'
internal_error = 'InternalError'
local_file_failed = 'LocalFileFailed'
storage_failed = 'StorageFailed'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.VirtualNetworkPeeringState[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

connected = 'Connected'
disconnected = 'Disconnected'
initiated = 'Initiated'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.VirtualNetworkGatewayType[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

express_route = 'ExpressRoute'
vpn = 'Vpn'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.VpnType[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

policy_based = 'PolicyBased'
route_based = 'RouteBased'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.VirtualNetworkGatewaySkuName[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

basic = 'Basic'
high_performance = 'HighPerformance'
standard = 'Standard'
ultra_performance = 'UltraPerformance'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.VirtualNetworkGatewaySkuTier[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

basic = 'Basic'
high_performance = 'HighPerformance'
standard = 'Standard'
ultra_performance = 'UltraPerformance'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.BgpPeerState[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

connected = 'Connected'
connecting = 'Connecting'
idle = 'Idle'
stopped = 'Stopped'
unknown = 'Unknown'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.ProcessorArchitecture[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

amd64 = 'Amd64'
x86 = 'X86'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.VirtualNetworkGatewayConnectionStatus[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

connected = 'Connected'
connecting = 'Connecting'
not_connected = 'NotConnected'
unknown = 'Unknown'
class azure.mgmt.network.v2016_09_01.models.VirtualNetworkGatewayConnectionType[source]

Bases: enum.Enum

express_route = 'ExpressRoute'
ipsec = 'IPsec'
vnet2_vnet = 'Vnet2Vnet'
vpn_client = 'VPNClient'