New-AzureRmExpressRouteCircuitAuthorization -Name <String> [<CommonParameters>]
The New-AzureRmExpressRouteCircuitAuthorization cmdlet creates a circuit authorization that can be added to an ExpressRoute circuit. ExpressRoute circuits connect your on-premises network to the Microsoft cloud by using a connectivity provider instead of the public Internet. The owner of an ExpressRoute circuit can create as many as 10 authorizations for each circuit; these authorizations generate an authorization key that can be used by a virtual network owner to connect a network to the circuit. There can only one authorization per virtual network.
After you create an ExpressRoute circuit you can use Add-AzureRmExpressRouteCircuitAuthorization to add an authorization to that circuit. Alternatively, you can use New-AzureRmExpressRouteCircuitAuthorization to create an authorization that can be added to a new circuit at the same time the circuit is created.
Example 1: Create a new circuit authorization
$Authorization = New-AzureRmExpressRouteCircuitAuthorization -Name "ContosoCircuitAuthorization"
This command creates a new circuit authorization named ContosoCircuitAuthorization and then stores that object in a variable named $Authorization. Saving the object to a variable is important: although New-AzureRmExpressRouteCircuitAuthorization can create a circuit authorization it cannot add that authorization to a circuit route. Instead, the variable $Authorization is used New-AzureRmExpressRouteCircuit when creating a brand-new ExpressRoute circuit.
For more information, see the documentation for the New-AzureRmExpressRouteCircuit cmdlet.
Specifies a unique name for the new ExpressRoute circuit authorization.
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This cmdlet does not accept pipelined input.
This cmdlet creates instances of the Microsoft.Azure.Commands.Network.Models.PSExpressRouteCircuitAuthorization object.