sys.firewall_rules (Azure SQL Database)

APPLIES TO: noSQL Server yesAzure SQL Database noAzure Synapse Analytics (SQL DW) noParallel Data Warehouse

Returns information about the server-level firewall settings associated with your Microsoft Azure SQL Database.

The sys.firewall_rules view contains the following columns:

Column name Data type Description
id INT The identifier of the server-level firewall setting.
name NVARCHAR(128) The name you chose to describe and distinguish the server-level firewall setting.
start_ip_address VARCHAR(45) The lowest IP address in the range of the server-level firewall setting. IP addresses equal to or greater than this can attempt to connect to the SQL Database server. The lowest possible IP address is 0.0.0.0.
end_ip_address VARCHAR(45) The highest IP address in the range of the server-level firewall setting. IP addresses equal to or less than this can attempt to connect to the SQL Database server. The highest possible IP address is 255.255.255.255.

Note: Azure connection attempts are allowed when both this field and the start_ip_address field equals 0.0.0.0.
create_date DATETIME UTC date and time when the server-level firewall setting was created.

Note: UTC is an acronym for Coordinated Universal Time.
modify_date DATETIME UTC date and time when the server-level firewall setting was last modified.

Remarks

To returns information about the database-level firewall settings associated with your Microsoft Azure SQL Database, use sys.database_firewall_rules (Azure SQL Database).

Permissions

Read-only access to this view is available to all users with permission to connect to the master database.

See Also

sp_set_firewall_rule (Azure SQL Database)
sp_delete_firewall_rule (Azure SQL Database)
sp_set_database_firewall_rule (Azure SQL Database)
sp_delete_database_firewall_rule (Azure SQL Database)
sys.database_firewall_rules (Azure SQL Database)
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