Comandos de la CLI de Azure en el modo de Resource Manager

En este artículo se proporcionan la sintaxis y las opciones de los comandos de la interfaz de la línea de comandos (CLI) de Azure que normalmente se usan para crear y administrar recursos de Azure en el modelo de implementación de Azure Resource Manager. Para acceder a estos comandos, ejecute la CLI en el modo de Resource Manager (ARM). Tenga en cuenta que esta no es una referencia completa y que la versión de CLI puede mostrar algunos comandos o parámetros diferentes. Para obtener una descripción general de los recursos y grupos de recursos de Azure, vea Información general del grupo de recursos de Azure.

Nota

Este artículo muestra los comandos de modo de Resource Manager en la CLI de Azure, que suele llamar Azure CLI 1.0. Para trabajar en el modelo de Resource Manager, también puede probar la CLI de Azure 2.0, nuestra CLI multiplataforma de última generación. Obtenga más información sobre las CLI antigua y nueva de Azure.

En primer lugar, instale la CLI de Azure y conéctese a su suscripción de Azure.

Para las opciones y la sintaxis de comando actuales de la línea de comandos en el modo del Administrador de recursos, escriba azure help o, para mostrar la ayuda de un comando específico, azure help [command]. También encontrará ejemplos de CLI en la documentación para crear y administrar servicios de Azure concretos.

Se muestran parámetros opcionales entre corchetes (por ejemplo, [parameter]). Los demás parámetros son obligatorios.

Además de los parámetros opcionales específicos de los comandos documentados aquí, existen tres parámetros opcionales que pueden usarse para mostrar el resultado detallado como opciones de solicitud y códigos de estado. El parámetro -v ofrece un resultado detallado y el parámetro -vv, un resultado incluso más detallado. La opción --json mostrará el resultado en formato JSON sin procesar.

Configuración del modo de Resource Manager

Use el siguiente comando para habilitar los comandos de la CLI de Azure en modo de Resource Manager.

azure config mode arm
Nota

El modo de Azure Resource Manager de la CLI y el modo de administración de servicios de Azure son mutuamente excluyentes. Es decir, los recursos creados en un modo no se pueden administrar desde el otro.

cuenta de Azure: administración de la información de la cuenta

La herramienta usa la información de la suscripción de Azure para la conexión a su cuenta.

Enumerar las suscripciones importadas

account list [options]

Mostrar detalles acerca de la suscripción

account show [options] [subscriptionNameOrId]

Establecer la suscripción actual

account set [options] <subscriptionNameOrId>

Quitar una suscripción o entorno, o borrar toda la información de cuenta y del entorno

account clear [options]

Comandos para administrar el entorno de cuenta

account env list [options]
account env show [options] [environment]
account env add [options] [environment]
account env set [options] [environment]
account env delete [options] [environment]

Azure AD: comandos para mostrar los objetos de Active Directory

Comandos para mostrar aplicaciones de Active Directory

ad app create [options]
ad app delete [options] <object-id>

Comandos para mostrar grupos de Active Directory

ad group list [options]
ad group show [options]

Comandos para proporcionar información de un subgrupo o miembro de Active Directory

ad group member list [options] [objectId]

Comandos para mostrar entidades de servicio de Active Directory

ad sp list [options]
ad sp show [options]
ad sp create [options] <application-id>
ad sp delete [options] <object-id>

Comandos para mostrar usuarios de Active Directory

ad user list [options]
ad user show [options]

azure availset: comandos para administrar los conjuntos de disponibilidad

Crea un conjunto de disponibilidad dentro de un grupo de recursos

availset create [options] <resource-group> <name> <location> [tags]

Enumera los conjuntos de disponibilidad dentro de un grupo de recursos

availset list [options] <resource-group>

Obtiene un conjunto de disponibilidad dentro de un grupo de recursos

availset show [options] <resource-group> <name>

Elimina un conjunto de disponibilidad dentro de un grupo de recursos

availset delete [options] <resource-group> <name>

azure config: comandos para administrar la configuración local

Mostrar ajustes de configuración de la CLI de Azure

config list [options]

Eliminar un valor de configuración

config delete [options] <name>

Actualizar un valor de configuración

config set <name> <value>

Establece el modo de trabajo de la CLI de Azure como arm o asm

config mode [options] <modename>

característica de Azure: comandos para administrar las características de la cuenta

Enumera todas las características disponibles para su suscripción

feature list [options]

Muestra una característica

feature show [options] <providerName> <featureName>

Registra una característica de vista previa de un proveedor de recursos

feature register [options] <providerName> <featureName>

azure group: comandos para administrar los grupos de recursos

Crea un grupo de recursos

group create [options] <name> <location>

Establece etiquetas para un grupo de recursos

group set [options] <name> <tags>

Elimina un grupo de recursos

group delete [options] <name>

Enumera los grupos de recursos para la suscripción

group list [options]

Muestra un grupo de recursos para la suscripción

group show [options] <name>

Comandos para administrar registros de grupo de recursos

group log show [options] [name]

Comandos para administrar la implementación en un grupo de recursos

group deployment create [options] [resource-group] [name]
group deployment list [options] <resource-group> [state]
group deployment show [options] <resource-group> [deployment-name]
group deployment stop [options] <resource-group> [deployment-name]

Comandos para administrar la plantilla de grupos de recursos local o de la galería

group template list [options]
group template show [options] <name>
group template download [options] [name] [file]
group template validate [options] <resource-group>

hdinsight de azure: comandos para administrar sus cuentas de HDInsight

Comandos para crear o agregar a un archivo de configuración de clúster

hdinsight config create [options] <configFilePath> <overwrite>
hdinsight config add-config-values [options] <configFilePath>
hdinsight config add-script-action [options] <configFilePath>

Ejemplo: Crear un archivo de configuración que contenga una acción de sript para ejecutarlo al crear un clúster.

hdinsight config create "C:\myFiles\configFile.config"
hdinsight config add-script-action --configFilePath "C:\myFiles\configFile.config" --nodeType HeadNode --uri <scriptActionURI> --name myScriptAction --parameters "-param value"

Comando para crear un clúster en un grupo de recursos

hdinsight cluster create [options] <clusterName>

Ejemplo: Crear una clúster de Linux o Storm

azure hdinsight cluster create -g myarmgroup -l westus -y Linux --clusterType Storm --version 3.2 --defaultStorageAccountName mystorageaccount --defaultStorageAccountKey <defaultStorageAccountKey> --defaultStorageContainer mycontainer --userName admin --password <clusterPassword> --sshUserName sshuser --sshPassword <sshPassword> --workerNodeCount 1 myNewCluster01

info:    Executing command hdinsight cluster create
+ Submitting the request to create cluster...
info:    hdinsight cluster create command OK

Ejemplo: Crear un clúster con una acción de script

azure hdinsight cluster create -g myarmgroup -l westus -y Linux --clusterType Hadoop --version 3.2 --defaultStorageAccountName mystorageaccount --defaultStorageAccountKey <defaultStorageAccountKey> --defaultStorageContainer mycontainer --userName admin --password <clusterPassword> --sshUserName sshuser --sshPassword <sshPassword> --workerNodeCount 1 –configurationPath "C:\myFiles\configFile.config" myNewCluster01

info:    Executing command hdinsight cluster create
+ Submitting the request to create cluster...
info:    hdinsight cluster create command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

-h, --help                                                 output usage information
-v, --verbose                                              use verbose output
-vv                                                        more verbose with debug output
--json                                                     use json output
-g --resource-group <resource-group>                       The name of the resource group
-c, --clusterName <clusterName>                            HDInsight cluster name
-l, --location <location>                                  Data center location for the cluster
-y, --osType <osType>                                      HDInsight cluster operating system
'Windows' or 'Linux'
--version <version>                                        HDInsight cluster version
--clusterType <clusterType>                                HDInsight cluster type.
Hadoop | HBase | Spark | Storm
--defaultStorageAccountName <storageAccountName>           Storage account url to use for default HDInsight storage
--defaultStorageAccountKey <storageAccountKey>             Key to the storage account to use for default HDInsight storage
--defaultStorageContainer <storageContainer>               Container in the storage account to use for HDInsight default storage
--headNodeSize <headNodeSize>                              (Optional) Head node size for the cluster
--workerNodeCount <workerNodeCount>                        Number of worker nodes to use for the cluster
--workerNodeSize <workerNodeSize>                          (Optional) Worker node size for the cluster)
--zookeeperNodeSize <zookeeperNodeSize>                    (Optional) Zookeeper node size for the cluster
--userName <userName>                                      Cluster username
--password <password>                                      Cluster password
--sshUserName <sshUserName>                                SSH username (only for Linux clusters)
--sshPassword <sshPassword>                                SSH password (only for Linux clusters)
--sshPublicKey <sshPublicKey>                              SSH public key (only for Linux clusters)
--rdpUserName <rdpUserName>                                RDP username (only for Windows clusters)
--rdpPassword <rdpPassword>                                RDP password (only for Windows clusters)
--rdpAccessExpiry <rdpAccessExpiry>                        RDP access expiry.
For example 12/12/2015 (only for Windows clusters)
--virtualNetworkId <virtualNetworkId>                      (Optional) Virtual network ID for the cluster.
Value is a GUID for Windows cluster and ARM resource ID for Linux cluster)
--subnetName <subnetName>                                  (Optional) Subnet for the cluster
--additionalStorageAccounts <additionalStorageAccounts>    (Optional) Additional storage accounts.
Can be multiple.
In the format of 'accountName#accountKey'.
For example, --additionalStorageAccounts "acc1#key1;acc2#key2"
--hiveMetastoreServerName <hiveMetastoreServerName>        (Optional) SQL Server name for the external metastore for Hive
--hiveMetastoreDatabaseName <hiveMetastoreDatabaseName>    (Optional) Database name for the external metastore for Hive
--hiveMetastoreUserName <hiveMetastoreUserName>            (Optional) Database username for the external metastore for Hive
--hiveMetastorePassword <hiveMetastorePassword>            (Optional) Database password for the external metastore for Hive
--oozieMetastoreServerName <oozieMetastoreServerName>      (Optional) SQL Server name for the external metastore for Oozie
--oozieMetastoreDatabaseName <oozieMetastoreDatabaseName>  (Optional) Database name for the external metastore for Oozie
--oozieMetastoreUserName <oozieMetastoreUserName>          (Optional) Database username for the external metastore for Oozie
--oozieMetastorePassword <oozieMetastorePassword>          (Optional) Database password for the external metastore for Oozie
--configurationPath <configurationPath>                    (Optional) HDInsight cluster configuration file path
-s, --subscription <id>                                    The subscription id
--tags <tags>                                              Tags to set to the cluster.
Can be multiple.
In the format of 'name=value'.
Name is required and value is optional.
For example, --tags tag1=value1;tag2

Comando para eliminar un clúster

hdinsight cluster delete [options] <clusterName>

Comandos para mostrar los detalles del clúster

hdinsight cluster show [options] <clusterName>

Comando para enumerar todos los clústeres (en un grupo de recursos específico, si se ofrece)

hdinsight cluster list [options]

Comando para cambiar el tamaño de un clúster

hdinsight cluster resize [options] <clusterName> <targetInstanceCount>

Comando para habilitar el acceso HTTP para un clúster

hdinsight cluster enable-http-access [options] <clusterName> <userName> <password>

Comando para deshabilitar el acceso HTTP para un clúster

hdinsight cluster disable-http-access [options] <clusterName>

Comando para habilitar el acceso RDP para un clúster

hdinsight cluster enable-rdp-access [options] <clusterName> <rdpUserName> <rdpPassword> <rdpExpiryDate>

Comando para deshabilitar el acceso HTTP para un clúster

hdinsight cluster disable-rdp-access [options] <clusterName>

Recuperar registros de operaciones de una suscripción, un correlationId, un grupo de recursos, un recurso o un proveedor de recursos

insights logs list [options]

azure location: comandos para obtener las ubicaciones disponibles para todos los tipos de recursos

Enumerar las ubicaciones disponibles

location list [options]

azure network: comandos para administrar los recursos de red

Comandos para administrar redes virtuales

network vnet create [options] <resource-group> <name> <location>

Crea una red virtual. En el ejemplo siguiente, crearemos una red virtual denominada newvnet para myresourcegroup de grupo de recursos en la región Oeste de EE. UU.

azure network vnet create myresourcegroup newvnet "west us"
info:    Executing command network vnet create
+ Looking up virtual network "newvnet"
+ Creating virtual network "newvnet"
 Loading virtual network state
data:    Id:                   /subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/myresourcegroup/providers/Microsoft.Network/virtualNetworks/newvnet
data:    Name:                 newvnet
data:    Type:                 Microsoft.Network/virtualNetworks
data:    Location:             westus
data:    Tags:
data:    Provisioning state:   Succeeded
data:    Address prefixes:
data:     10.0.0.0/8
data:    DNS servers:
data:    Subnets:
data:
info:    network vnet create command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

 -h, --help                                 output usage information
 -v, --verbose                              use verbose output
--json                                     use json output
 -g, --resource-group <resource-group>      the name of the resource group
 -n, --name <name>                          the name of the virtual network
 -l, --location <location>                  the location
 -a, --address-prefixes <address-prefixes>  the comma separated list of address prefixes for this virtual network
  For example -a 10.0.0.0/24,10.0.1.0/24.
  Default value is 10.0.0.0/8

-d, --dns-servers <dns-servers>            the comma separated list of DNS servers IP addresses
 -t, --tags <tags>                          the tags set on this virtual network.
  Can be multiple. In the format of "name=value".
  Name is required and value is optional.
  For example, -t tag1=value1;tag2
 -s, --subscription <subscription>          the subscription identifier

network vnet set [options] <resource-group> <name>

Actualiza una configuración de red virtual dentro de un grupo de recursos.

azure network vnet set myresourcegroup newvnet

info:    Executing command network vnet set
+ Looking up virtual network "newvnet"
+ Updating virtual network "newvnet"
+ Loading virtual network state
data:    Id:                   /subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/myresourcegroup/providers/Microsoft.Network/virtualNetworks/newvnet
data:    Name:                 newvnet
data:    Type:                 Microsoft.Network/virtualNetworks
data:    Location:             westus
data:    Tags:
data:    Provisioning state:   Succeeded
data:    Address prefixes:
data:     10.0.0.0/8
data:    DNS servers:
data:    Subnets:
data:
info:    network vnet set command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

   -h, --help                                 output usage information
   -v, --verbose                              use verbose output
   --json                                     use json output
   -g, --resource-group <resource-group>      the name of the resource group
   -n, --name <name>                          the name of the virtual network
   -a, --address-prefixes <address-prefixes>  the comma separated list of address prefixes for this virtual network.
    For example -a 10.0.0.0/24,10.0.1.0/24.
    This list will be appended to the current list of address prefixes.
    The address prefixes in this list should not overlap between them.
    The address prefixes in this list should not overlap with existing address prefixes in the vnet.

   -d, --dns-servers [dns-servers]            the comma separated list of DNS servers IP addresses.
    This list will be appended to the current list of DNS server IP addresses.

   -t, --tags <tags>                          the tags set on this virtual network.
    Can be multiple. In the format of "name=value".
    Name is required and value is optional. For example, -t tag1=value1;tag2.
    This list will be appended to the current list of tags

   --no-tags                                  remove all existing tags
   -s, --subscription <subscription>          the subscription identifier

network vnet list [options] <resource-group>

El comando enumera todas las redes virtuales en un grupo de recursos.

C:\>azure network vnet list myresourcegroup

info:    Executing command network vnet list
+ Listing virtual networks
    data:    ID
   Name      Location  Address prefixes  DNS servers
data:    -------------------------------------------------------------------
------  --------  --------  ----------------  -----------
data:    /subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/
wvnet   newvnet   westus    10.0.0.0/8
info:    network vnet list command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

  -h, --help                             output usage information
  -v, --verbose                          use verbose output
  --json                                 use json output
  -g, --resource-group <resource-group>  the name of the resource group
  -s, --subscription <subscription>      the subscription identifier

network vnet show [options] <resource-group> <name>

El comando muestra las propiedades de red virtual en un grupo de recursos.

azure network vnet show -g myresourcegroup -n newvnet

info:    Executing command network vnet show
+ Looking up virtual network "newvnet"
data:    Id:                   /subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/myresourcegroup/providers/Microsoft.Network/virtualNetworks/newvnet
data:    Name:                 newvnet
data:    Type:                 Microsoft.Network/virtualNetworks
data:    Location:             westus
data:    Tags:
data:    Provisioning state:   Succeeded
data:    Address prefixes:
data:     10.0.0.0/8
data:    DNS servers:
data:    Subnets:
data:
info:    network vnet show command OK

network vnet delete [options] <resource-group> <name>

El comando quita una red virtual.

azure network vnet delete myresourcegroup newvnetX

info:    Executing command network vnet delete
+ Looking up virtual network "newvnetX"
Delete virtual network newvnetX? [y/n] y
+ Deleting virtual network "newvnetX"
info:    network vnet delete command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

 -h, --help                             output usage information
 -v, --verbose                          use verbose output
 --json                                 use json output
 -g, --resource-group <resource-group>  the name of the resource group
 -n, --name <name>                      the name of the virtual network
 -q, --quiet                            quiet mode, do not ask for delete confirmation
 -s, --subscription <subscription>      the subscription identifier

Comandos para administrar subredes virtuales

network vnet subnet create [options] <resource-group> <vnet-name> <name>

Agrega otra subred a una red virtual existente.

azure network vnet subnet create -g myresourcegroup --vnet-name newvnet -n subnet --address-prefix 10.0.1.0/24

info:    Executing command network vnet subnet create
+ Looking up the subnet "subnet"
+ Creating subnet "subnet"
+ Looking up the subnet "subnet"
data:    Id:                        /subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/myresourcegroup/providers/Microsoft.Network/virtualNetworks/newvnet/subnets/subnet
data:    Name:                      subnet
data:    Type:                      Microsoft.Network/virtualNetworks/subnets
data:    Provisioning state:        Succeeded
data:    Address prefix:            10.0.1.0/24
info:    network vnet subnet create command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

 -h, --help                                                       output usage information
 -v, --verbose                                                    use verbose output
     --json                                                           use json output
 -g, --resource-group <resource-group>                            the name of the resource group
 -e, --vnet-name <vnet-name>                                      the name of the virtual network
 -n, --name <name>                                                the name of the subnet
 -a, --address-prefix <address-prefix>                            the address prefix
 -w, --network-security-group-id <network-security-group-id>      the network security group identifier.
       e.g. /subscriptions/<subscription-id>/resourceGroups/<resource-group-name>/providers/Microsoft.Network/networkSecurityGroups/<nsg-name>
 -o, --network-security-group-name <network-security-group-name>  the network security group name
 -s, --subscription <subscription>                                the subscription identifier

network vnet subnet set [options] <resource-group> <vnet-name> <name>

Establece una subred de red virtual específica dentro de un grupo de recursos.

C:\>azure network vnet subnet set -g myresourcegroup --vnet-name newvnet -n subnet1

info:    Executing command network vnet subnet set
+ Looking up the subnet "subnet1"
+ Setting subnet "subnet1"
+ Looking up the subnet "subnet1"
data:    Id:                        /subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/myresourcegroup/providers/Microsoft.Network/virtualNetworks/newvnet/subnets/subnet1
data:    Name:                      subnet1
data:    Type:                      Microsoft.Network/virtualNetworks/subnets
data:    Provisioning state:        Succeeded
data:    Address prefix:            10.0.1.0/24
info:    network vnet subnet set command OK

network vnet subnet list [options] <resource-group> <vnet-name>

Enumera todas las subredes de red virtual para una red virtual específica dentro de un grupo de recursos.

azure network vnet subnet set -g myresourcegroup --vnet-name newvnet -n subnet1

info:    Executing command network vnet subnet set
+ Looking up the subnet "subnet1"
+ Setting subnet "subnet1"
+ Looking up the subnet "subnet1"
data:    Id:                        /subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/myresourcegroup/providers/Microsoft.Network/virtualNetworks/newvnet/subnets/subnet1
data:    Name:                      subnet1
data:    Type:                      Microsoft.Network/virtualNetworks/subnets
data:    Provisioning state:        Succeeded
data:    Address prefix:            10.0.1.0/24
info:    network vnet subnet set command OK

network vnet subnet show [options] <resource-group> <vnet-name> <name>

Muestra las propiedades de la subred de red virtual.

azure network vnet subnet show -g myresourcegroup --vnet-name newvnet -n subnet1

info:    Executing command network vnet subnet show
+ Looking up the subnet "subnet1"
data:    Id:                        /subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/myresourcegroup/providers/Microsoft
.Network/virtualNetworks/newvnet/subnets/subnet1
data:    Name:                      subnet1
data:    Type:                      Microsoft.Network/virtualNetworks/subnets
data:    Provisioning state:        Succeeded
data:    Address prefix:            10.0.1.0/24
info:    network vnet subnet show command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

-h, --help                             output usage information
-v, --verbose                          use verbose output
--json                                 use json output
-g, --resource-group <resource-group>  the name of the resource group
-e, --vnet-name <vnet-name>            the name of the virtual network
-n, --name <name>                      the name of the subnet
-s, --subscription <subscription>      the subscription identifier

network vnet subnet delete [options] <resource-group> <vnet-name> <subnet-name>

Quita una subred de una red virtual existente.

azure network vnet subnet delete -g myresourcegroup --vnet-name newvnet -n subnet1

info:    Executing command network vnet subnet delete
+ Looking up the subnet "subnet1"
Delete subnet "subnet1"? [y/n] y
+ Deleting subnet "subnet1"
info:    network vnet subnet delete command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

 -h, --help                             output usage information
 -v, --verbose                          use verbose output
 --json                                 use json output
 -g, --resource-group <resource-group>  the name of the resource group
 -e, --vnet-name <vnet-name>            the name of the virtual network
 -n, --name <name>                      the subnet name
 -s, --subscription <subscription>      the subscription identifier
 -q, --quiet                            quiet mode, do not ask for delete confirmation

Comandos para administrar los equilibradores de carga

network lb create [options] <resource-group> <name> <location>

Crea un conjunto de equilibrador de carga.

azure network lb create -g myresourcegroup -n mylb -l westus

info:    Executing command network lb create
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
+ Creating load balancer "mylb"
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
data:    Id:                           /subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/myresourcegroup/providers/Microsoft.Network/loadBalancers/mylb
data:    Name:                         mylb
data:    Type:                         Microsoft.Network/loadBalancers
data:    Location:                     westus
data:    Provisioning state:           Succeeded
info:    network lb create command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

-h, --help                             output usage information
-v, --verbose                          use verbose output
--json                                 use json output
-g, --resource-group <resource-group>  the name of the resource group
-n, --name <name>                      the name of the load balancer
-l, --location <location>              the location
-t, --tags <tags>                      the list of tags.
 Can be multiple. In the format of "name=value".
 Name is required and value is optional. For example, -t tag1=value1;tag2
-s, --subscription <subscription>      the subscription identifier

network lb list [options] <resource-group>

Enumera los recursos de Equilibrador de carga dentro de un grupo de recursos.

azure network lb list myresourcegroup

info:    Executing command network lb list
+ Getting the load balancers
data:    Name  Location
data:    ----  --------
data:    mylb  westus
info:    network lb list command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

-h, --help                             output usage information
-v, --verbose                          use verbose output
--json                                 use json output
-g, --resource-group <resource-group>  the name of the resource group
-s, --subscription <subscription>      the subscription identifier

network lb show [options] <resource-group> <name>

Muestra información del equilibrador de un equilibrador de carga específico dentro de un grupo de recursos de carga.

azure network lb show myresourcegroup mylb -v

info:    Executing command network lb show
verbose: Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
data:    Id:                           /subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/myresourcegroup/providers/Microsoft.Network/loadBalancers/mylb
data:    Name:                         mylb
data:    Type:                         Microsoft.Network/loadBalancers
data:    Location:                     westus
data:    Provisioning state:           Succeeded
info:    network lb show command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

-h, --help                             output usage information
-v, --verbose                          use verbose output
--json                                 use json output
-g, --resource-group <resource-group>  the name of the resource group
-n, --name <name>                      the name of the load balancer
-s, --subscription <subscription>      the subscription identifier

network lb delete [options] <resource-group> <name>

Elimina recursos de equilibrador de carga.

azure network lb delete  myresourcegroup mylb

info:    Executing command network lb delete
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
Delete load balancer "mylb"? [y/n] y
+ Deleting load balancer "mylb"
info:    network lb delete command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

 -h, --help                             output usage information
 -v, --verbose                          use verbose output
 --json                                 use json output
 -g, --resource-group <resource-group>  the name of the resource group
 -n, --name <name>                      the name of the load balancer
 -q, --quiet                            quiet mode, do not ask for delete confirmation
 -s, --subscription <subscription>      the subscription identifier

Comandos para administrar los sondeos de un equilibrador de carga

network lb probe create [options] <resource-group> <lb-name> <name>

Crear la configuración de sondeo de estado de mantenimiento en el equilibrador de carga. Tenga en cuenta que, para ejecutar este comando, el equilibrador de carga requiere un recurso frontend-ip (consulte el comando "azure network frontend-ip" para asignar una dirección ip al equilibrador de carga).

azure network lb probe create -g myresourcegroup --lb-name mylb -n mylbprobe --protocol tcp --port 80 -i 300

info:    Executing command network lb probe create
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
+ Updating load balancer "mylb"
info:    network lb probe create command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

 -h, --help                             output usage information
 -v, --verbose                          use verbose output
 --json                                 use json output
-g, --resource-group <resource-group>  the name of the resource group
-l, --lb-name <lb-name>                the name of the load balancer
-n, --name <name>                      the name of the probe
-p, --protocol <protocol>              the probe protocol
-o, --port <port>                      the probe port
-f, --path <path>                      the probe path
-i, --interval <interval>              the probe interval in seconds
-c, --count <count>                    the number of probes
-s, --subscription <subscription>      the subscription identifier

network lb probe set [options] <resource-group> <lb-name> <name>

Actualiza un sondeo de equilibrador de carga existente con los nuevos valores.

azure network lb probe set -g myresourcegroup -l mylb -n mylbprobe -p mylbprobe1 -p TCP -o 443 -i 300

info:    Executing command network lb probe set
    + Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
+ Updating load balancer "mylb"
info:    network lb probe set command OK

Opciones de parámetro

-h, --help                             output usage information
-v, --verbose                          use verbose output
--json                                 use json output
-g, --resource-group <resource-group>  the name of the resource group
-l, --lb-name <lb-name>                the name of the load balancer
-n, --name <name>                      the name of the probe
-e, --new-probe-name <new-probe-name>  the new name of the probe
-p, --protocol <protocol>              the new value for probe protocol
-o, --port <port>                      the new value for probe port
-f, --path <path>                      the new value for probe path
-i, --interval <interval>              the new value for probe interval in seconds
-c, --count <count>                    the new value for number of probes
-s, --subscription <subscription>      the subscription identifier

network lb probe list [options] <resource-group> <lb-name>

Enumera las propiedades de sondeo para un conjunto de equilibrador de carga.

C:\>azure network lb probe list -g myresourcegroup -l mylb

info:    Executing command network lb probe list
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
data:    Name       Protocol  Port  Path  Interval  Count
data:    ---------  --------  ----  ----  --------  -----
data:    mylbprobe  Tcp       443         300       2
info:    network lb probe list command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

-h, --help                             output usage information
-v, --verbose                          use verbose output
--json                                 use json output
-g, --resource-group <resource-group>  the name of the resource group
-l, --lb-name <lb-name>                the name of the load balancer
-s, --subscription <subscription>      the subscription identifier


network lb probe delete [options] <resource-group> <lb-name> <name>

Quita el sondeo creado para el equilibrador de carga.

azure network lb probe delete -g myresourcegroup -l mylb -n mylbprobe

info:    Executing command network lb probe delete
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
Delete a probe "mylbprobe?" [y/n] y
+ Updating load balancer "mylb"
info:    network lb probe delete command OK

Comandos para administrar las configuraciones de frontend ip de un equilibrador de carga

network lb frontend-ip create [options] <resource-group> <lb-name> <name>

Crea una configuración de frontend IP a un conjunto existente de equilibrador de carga.

azure network lb frontend-ip create -g myresourcegroup --lb-name mylb -n myfrontendip -o Dynamic -e subnet -m newvnet

info:    Executing command network lb frontend-ip create
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
+ Looking up the subnet "subnet"
+ Creating frontend IP configuration "myfrontendip"
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
data:    Id:                           /subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/Myresourcegroup/providers/Microsoft.Network/loadBalancers/mylb
/frontendIPConfigurations/myfrontendip
data:    Name:                         myfrontendip
data:    Type:                         Microsoft.Network/loadBalancers/frontendIPConfigurations
data:    Provisioning state:           Succeeded
data:    Private IP allocation method: Dynamic
data:    Private IP address:           10.0.1.4
data:    Subnet:                       id=/subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/myresourcegroup/providers/Microsoft.Network/virtualNetworks/newvnet/subnets/subnet
data:    Public IP address:
data:    Inbound NAT rules
data:    Outbound NAT rules
data:    Load balancing rules
data:
info:    network lb frontend-ip create command OK

network lb frontend-ip set [options] <resource-group> <lb-name> <name>

Actualiza una configuración existente de una dirección IP de servidor frontend. El siguiente comando agrega una IP pública denominada mypubip5 a una IP de frontend de equilibrador de carga existente denominada myfrontendip.

azure network lb frontend-ip set -g myresourcegroup --lb-name mylb -n myfrontendip -i mypubip5

info:    Executing command network lb frontend-ip set
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
+ Looking up the public ip "mypubip5"
+ Updating load balancer "mylb"
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
data:    Id:                           /subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/myresourcegroup/providers/Microsoft.Network/loadBalancers/mylb/frontendIPConfigurations/myfrontendip
data:    Name:                         myfrontendip
data:    Type:                         Microsoft.Network/loadBalancers/frontendIPConfigurations
data:    Provisioning state:           Succeeded
data:    Private IP allocation method: Dynamic
data:    Private IP address:
data:    Subnet:
data:    Public IP address:            id=/subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/myresourcegroup/providers/Microsoft.Network/publicIPAddresses/mypubip5
data:    Inbound NAT rules
data:    Outbound NAT rules
data:    Load balancing rules
data:
info:    network lb frontend-ip set command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

-h, --help                                                         output usage information
-v, --verbose                                                      use verbose output
--json                                                             use json output
-g, --resource-group <resource-group>                              the name of the resource group
-l, --lb-name <lb-name>                                            the name of the load balancer
-n, --name <name>                                                  the name of the frontend ip configuration
-a, --private-ip-address <private-ip-address>                      the private ip address
-o, --private-ip-allocation-method <private-ip-allocation-method>  the private ip allocation method [Static, Dynamic]
-u, --public-ip-id <public-ip-id>                                  the public ip identifier.
e.g. /subscriptions/<subscription-id>/resourceGroups/<resource-group-name>/providers/Microsoft.Network/publicIPAddresses/<public-ip-name>
-i, --public-ip-name <public-ip-name>                              the public ip name.
This public ip must exist in the same resource group as the lb.
Please use public-ip-id if that is not the case.
-b, --subnet-id <subnet-id>                                        the subnet id.
e.g. /subscriptions/<subscription-id>/resourceGroups/<resource-group-name>/providers/Microsoft.Network/VirtualNetworks/<vnet-name>/subnets/<subnet-name>
-e, --subnet-name <subnet-name>                                    the subnet name
-m, --vnet-name <vnet-name>                                        the virtual network name.
This virtual network must exist in the same resource group as the lb.
Please use subnet-id if that is not the case.
-s, --subscription <subscription>                                  the subscription identifier

network lb frontend-ip list [options] <resource-group> <lb-name>

Enumera todos los recursos IP de front-end configurados para el equilibrador de carga.

azure network lb frontend-ip list -g myresourcegroup -l mylb

info:    Executing command network lb frontend-ip list
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
data:    Name         Provisioning state  Private IP allocation method  Subnet
data:    -----------  ------------------  ----------------------------  ------
data:    myprivateip  Succeeded           Dynamic
info:    network lb frontend-ip list command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

-h, --help                             output usage information
-v, --verbose                          use verbose output
--json                                 use json output
-g, --resource-group <resource-group>  the name of the resource group
-l, --lb-name <lb-name>                the name of the load balancer
-s, --subscription <subscription>      the subscription identifier

network lb frontend-ip delete [options] <resource-group> <lb-name> <name>

Elimina el objeto IP frontend asociado para el equilibrador de carga

network lb frontend-ip delete -g myresourcegroup -l mylb -n myfrontendip
info:    Executing command network lb frontend-ip delete
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
Delete frontend ip configuration "myfrontendip"? [y/n] y
+ Updating load balancer "mylb"

Opciones de parámetro:

-h, --help                             output usage information
-v, --verbose                          use verbose output
--json                                 use json output
-g, --resource-group <resource-group>  the name of the resource group
-l, --lb-name <lb-name>                the name of the load balancer
-n, --name <name>                      the name of the frontend ip configuration
-q, --quiet                            quiet mode, do not ask for delete confirmation
-s, --subscription <subscription>      the subscription identifier

Comandos para administrar grupos de direcciones de backend de un equilibrador de carga

network lb address-pool create [options] <resource-group> <lb-name> <name>

Crea un grupo de direcciones de back-end para un equilibrador de carga.

azure network lb address-pool create -g myresourcegroup --lb-name mylb -n myaddresspool

info:    Executing command network lb address-pool create
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
+ Updating load balancer "mylb"
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
data:    Id:                        /subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/myresourgroup/providers/Microso.Network/loadBalancers/mylb/backendAddressPools/myaddresspool
data:    Name:                      myaddresspool
data:    Type:                      Microsoft.Network/loadBalancers/backendAddressPools
data:    Provisioning state:        Succeeded
data:    Backend IP configurations:
data:    Load balancing rules:
data:
info:    network lb address-pool create command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

-h, --help                             output usage information
-v, --verbose                          use verbose output
--json                                 use json output
-g, --resource-group <resource-group>  the name of the resource group
-l, --lb-name <lb-name>                the name of the load balancer
-n, --name <name>                      the name of the backend address pool
-s, --subscription <subscription>      the subscription identifier

network lb address-pool add [options] <resource-group> <lb-name> <name>

Un intervalo de grupo de direcciones de back-end es el modo en que un equilibrador de carga sabe a qué recursos enrutar el tráfico de red entrante desde su punto de conexión mediante Azure Resource Manager. Una vez que se crea y denomina el intervalo de grupo de direcciones de back-end (vea el comando "azure network lb address-pool creat"), tendrá que agregar los puntos de conexión ahora definidos por un recurso denominado "network interfaces".

Para configurar el intervalo de direcciones de backend, necesitará al menos una "network interface" (vea la línea de comandos de "azure network lb nic" para más detalles).

En el ejemplo siguiente se usó una interfaz de red "nic1" creada anteriormente para crear el intervalo de grupo de direcciones de backend.

azure network lb address-pool add -g myresourcegroup -l mylb -n mybackendpool -a nic1

info:    Executing command network lb address-pool add
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
+ Getting network interfaces
+ Updating network interface "nic1"
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
data:    Id:                        /subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/myresourcegroup/providers/Microsoft.Network/loadBalancers/mylb/backendAddressPools/mybackendpool
data:    Name:                      mybackendpool
data:    Type:                      Microsoft.Network/loadBalancers/backendAddressPools
data:    Provisioning state:        Succeeded
data:    Backend IP configurations:
data:     id=/subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/myresourcegroup/providers/Microsoft.Network/networkInterfaces/nic1/ipConfigurations/NIC-config
data:    Load balancing rules:
data:
info:    network lb address-pool add command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

-h, --help                             output usage information
-v, --verbose                          use verbose output
--json                                 use json output
-g, --resource-group <resource-group>  the name of the resource group
-l, --lb-name <lb-name>                the name of the load balancer
-n, --name <name>                      the name of the backend address pool
-i, --vm-id <vm-id>                    the virtual machine identifier.
e.g. "/subscriptions/<subscription-id>/resourceGroups/<resource-group-name>/providers/Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines/<vm-name>,/subscriptions/<subscription-id>/resourceGroups/<resource-group-name>/providers/Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines/<vm-name>"
-m, --vm-name <vm-name>                the name of the virtual machine
-d, --nic-id <nic-id>                  the network interface identifier.
e.g. ""/subscriptions/<subscription-id>/resourceGroups/<resource-group-name>/providers/Microsoft.Network/networkInterfaces/<nic-name>"
-a, --nic-name <nic-name>              the name of the network interface
-s, --subscription <subscription>      the subscription identifier

network lb address-pool remove [options] <resource-group> <lb-name> <name>

Quita una interfaz de red del intervalo de grupo de direcciones IP de back-end.

azure network lb address-pool remove -g myresourcegroup -l mylb -n mybackendpool -a nic1

info:    Executing command network lb address-pool remove
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
+ Getting network interfaces
+ Updating network interface "nic1"
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
data:    Id:                        /subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/myresourcegroup/providers/Microsoft.Network/loadBalancers/mylb/backendAddressPools/mybackendpool
data:    Name:                      mybackendpool
data:    Type:                      Microsoft.Network/loadBalancers/backendAddressPools
data:    Provisioning state:        Succeeded
data:    Backend IP configurations:
data:    Load balancing rules:
data:
info:    network lb address-pool remove command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

-h, --help                             output usage information
-v, --verbose                          use verbose output
--json                                 use json output
-g, --resource-group <resource-group>  the name of the resource group
-l, --lb-name <lb-name>                the name of the load balancer
-n, --name <name>                      the name of the backend address pool
-i, --vm-id <vm-id>                    the virtual machine identifier.
e.g. "/subscriptions/<subscription-id>/resourceGroups/<resource-group-name>/providers/Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines/<vm-name>,/subscriptions/<subscription-id>/resourceGroups/<resource-group-name>/providers/Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines/<vm-name>"
-m, --vm-name <vm-name>                the name of the virtual machine
-d, --nic-id <nic-id>                  the network interface identifier.
e.g. ""/subscriptions/<subscription-id>/resourceGroups/<resource-group-name>/providers/Microsoft.Network/networkInterfaces/<nic-name>"
-a, --nic-name <nic-name>              the name of the network interface
-s, --subscription <subscription>      the subscription identifier

network lb address-pool list [options] <resource-group> <lb-name>

Enumerar el intervalo de grupo de direcciones IP de backend para un grupo de recursos específicos

azure network lb address-pool list -g myresourcegroup -l mylb

info:    Executing command network lb address-pool list
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
data:    Name           Provisioning state
data:    -------------  ------------------
data:    mybackendpool  Succeeded
info:    network lb address-pool list command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

 -h, --help                             output usage information
 -v, --verbose                          use verbose output
 --json                                 use json output
 -g, --resource-group <resource-group>  the name of the resource group
 -l, --lb-name <lb-name>                the name of the load balancer
 -s, --subscription <subscription>      the subscription identifier


network lb address-pool delete [options]

Quita el recurso de intervalo de grupo IP de backend de equilibrador de carga.

azure network lb address-pool delete -g myresourcegroup -l mylb -n mybackendpool

info:    Executing command network lb address-pool delete
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
Delete backend address pool "mybackendpool"? [y/n] y
+ Updating load balancer "mylb"
info:    network lb address-pool delete command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

-h, --help                             output usage information
-v, --verbose                          use verbose output
--json                                 use json output
-g, --resource-group <resource-group>  the name of the resource group
-l, --lb-name <lb-name>                the name of the load balancer
-n, --name <name>                      the name of the backend address pool
-q, --quiet                            quiet mode, do not ask for delete confirmation
-s, --subscription <subscription>      the subscription identifier

Comandos para administrar reglas de equilibradores de carga

network lb rule create [options] <resource-group> <lb-name> <name>

Crea reglas de equilibrador de carga.

Puede crear una regla de equilibrador de carga configurando el punto de conexión de front-end para el equilibrador de carga y el intervalo de grupo de direcciones de back-end para recibir el tráfico de red entrante. La configuración también incluye los puertos para el extremo IP de frontend y los puertos para el intervalo de grupo de direcciones de backend.

En el siguiente ejemplo se muestra cómo crear una regla de equilibrador de carga, el punto de conexión de front-end que escucha el puerto TCP 80 y el tráfico de red de equilibrio de carga que se envía al puerto 8080 para el intervalo de grupo de direcciones de back-end.

azure network lb rule create -g myresourcegroup -l mylb -n mylbrule -p tcp -f 80 -b 8080 -i 10


info:    Executing command network lb rule create
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
+ Updating load balancer "mylb"
+ Loading rule state
data:    Id:                        /subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/myresourcegroup/providers/Microsoft.Network/loadBalancers/mylb/loadBalancingRules/mylbrule
data:    Name:                      mylbrule
data:    Type:                      Microsoft.Network/loadBalancers/loadBalancingRules
data:    Provisioning state:        Succeeded
data:    Frontend IP configuration: /subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/myresourcegroup/providers/Microsoft.Network/loadBalancers/mylb/frontendIPConfigurations/myfrontendip
data:    Backend address pool:      id=/subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/myresourcegroup/providers/Microsoft.Network/loadBalancers/mylb/backendAddressPools/mybackendpool
data:    Protocol:                  Tcp
data:    Frontend port:             80
data:    Backend port:              8080
data:    Enable floating IP:        false
data:    Idle timeout in minutes:   10
data:    Probes
data:
info:    network lb rule create command OK

network lb rule set [options] <resource-group> <lb-name> <name>

Actualiza una regla existente del equilibrador de carga establecida en un grupo de recursos específico. En el siguiente ejemplo se cambió el nombre de la regla de mylbrule a mynewlbrule.

azure network lb rule set -g myresourcegroup -l mylb -n mylbrule -r mynewlbrule -p tcp -f 80 -b 8080 -i 10 -t myfrontendip -o mybackendpool

info:    Executing command network lb rule set
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
+ Updating load balancer "mylb"
+ Loading rule state
data:    Id:                        /subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/yresourcegroup/providers/Microsoft.Network/loadBalancers/mylb/loadBalancingRules/mynewlbrule
data:    Name:                      mynewlbrule
data:    Type:                      Microsoft.Network/loadBalancers/loadBalancingRules
data:    Provisioning state:        Succeeded
data:    Frontend IP configuration: /subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/yresourcegroup/providers/Microsoft.Network/loadBalancers/mylb/frontendIPConfigurations/myfrontendip
data:    Backend address pool:      id=/subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/yresourcegroup/providers/Microsoft.Network/loadBalancers/mylb/backendAddressPools/mybackendpool
data:    Protocol:                  Tcp
data:    Frontend port:             80
data:    Backend port:              8080
data:    Enable floating IP:        false
data:    Idle timeout in minutes:   10
data:    Probes
data:
info:    network lb rule set command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

-h, --help                                         output usage information
-v, --verbose                                      use verbose output
--json                                             use json output
-g, --resource-group <resource-group>              the name of the resource group
-l, --lb-name <lb-name>                            the name of the load balancer
-n, --name <name>                                  the name of the rule
-r, --new-rule-name <new-rule-name>                new rule name
-p, --protocol <protocol>                          the rule protocol
-f, --frontend-port <frontend-port>                the frontend port
-b, --backend-port <backend-port>                  the backend port
-e, --enable-floating-ip <enable-floating-ip>      enable floating point ip
-i, --idle-timeout <idle-timeout>                  the idle timeout in minutes
-a, --probe-name [probe-name]                      the name of the probe defined in the same load balancer
-t, --frontend-ip-name <frontend-ip-name>          the name of the frontend ip configuration in the same load balancer
-o, --backend-address-pool <backend-address-pool>  name of the backend address pool defined in the same load balancer
-s, --subscription <subscription>                  the subscription identifier


network lb rule list [options] <resource-group> <lb-name>

Enumera todas las reglas configuradas para un equilibrador de carga de un grupo de recursos específico.

azure network lb rule list -g myresourcegroup -l mylb

info:    Executing command network lb rule list
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
data:    Name         Provisioning state  Protocol  Frontend port  Backend port  Enable floating IP  Idle timeout in minutes  Backend address pool  Probe data

data:    mynewlbrule  Succeeded           Tcp       80             8080          false               10                       /subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/myresourcegroup/providers/Microsoft.Network/loadBalancers/mylb/backendAddressPools/mybackendpool
info:    network lb rule list command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

-h, --help                             output usage information
-v, --verbose                          use verbose output
--json                                 use json output
-g, --resource-group <resource-group>  the name of the resource group
-l, --lb-name <lb-name>                the name of the load balancer
-s, --subscription <subscription>      the subscription identifier

network lb rule delete [options] <resource-group> <lb-name> <name>

Elimina una regla de equilibrador de carga.

azure network lb rule delete -g myresourcegroup -l mylb -n mynewlbrule

info:    Executing command network lb rule delete
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
Delete load balancing rule mynewlbrule? [y/n] y
+ Updating load balancer "mylb"
info:    network lb rule delete command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

-h, --help                             output usage information
-v, --verbose                          use verbose output
--json                                 use json output
-g, --resource-group <resource-group>  the name of the resource group
-l, --lb-name <lb-name>                the name of the load balancer
-n, --name <name>                      the name of the rule
-q, --quiet                            quiet mode, do not ask for delete confirmation
-s, --subscription <subscription>      the subscription identifier

Comandos para administrar reglas NAT de entrada de equilibradores de carga

network lb inbound-nat-rule create [options] <resource-group> <lb-name> <name>

Crea una regla NAT de entrada para el equilibrador de carga.

En el ejemplo siguiente se crea una regla NAT de IP de front-end (que se definió anteriormente mediante el comando "azure network frontend-ip") con un puerto de escucha entrante y el puerto de salida que el equilibrador de carga usa para enviar el tráfico de red.

azure network lb inbound-nat-rule create -g myresourcegroup -l mylb -n myinboundnat -p tcp -f 80 -b 8080 -i myfrontendip

info:    Executing command network lb inbound-nat-rule create
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
+ Updating load balancer "mylb"
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
data:    Id:                        /subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/myresourcegroup/providers/Microsoft.Network/loadBalancers/mylb/inboundNatRules/myinboundnat
data:    Name:                      myinboundnat
data:    Type:                      Microsoft.Network/loadBalancers/inboundNatRules
data:    Provisioning state:        Succeeded
data:    Frontend IP Configuration: id=/subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/myresourcegroup/providers/Microsoft.Network/loadBalancers/mylb/frontendIPConfigurations/myfrontendip
data:    Backend IP configuration
data:    Protocol                   Tcp
data:    Frontend port              80
data:    Backend port               8080
data:    Enable floating IP         false
info:    network lb inbound-nat-rule create command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

-h, --help                                     output usage information
-v, --verbose                                  use verbose output
--json                                         use json output
-g, --resource-group <resource-group>          the name of the resource group
-l, --lb-name <lb-name>                        the name of the load balancer
-n, --name <name>                              the name of the inbound NAT rule
-p, --protocol <protocol>                      the rule protocol [tcp,udp]
-f, --frontend-port <frontend-port>            the frontend port [0-65535]
-b, --backend-port <backend-port>              the backend port [0-65535]
-e, --enable-floating-ip <enable-floating-ip>  enable floating point ip [true,false]
-i, --frontend-ip <frontend-ip>                the name of the frontend ip configuration
-m, --vm-id <vm-id>                            the VM id.
e.g. /subscriptions/<subscription-id>/resourceGroups/<resource-group-name>/providers/Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines/<vm-name>
-a, --vm-name <vm-name>                        the VM name.This VM must exist in the same resource group as the lb.
Please use vm-id if that is not the case.
this parameter will be ignored if --vm-id is specified
-s, --subscription <subscription>              the subscription identifier

network lb inbound-nat-rule set [options] <resource-group> <lb-name> <name>

Actualiza una regla NAT de entrada existente. En el siguiente ejemplo se cambió el puerto de escucha entrante de 80 a 81.

azure network lb inbound-nat-rule set -g group-1 -l mylb -n myinboundnat -p tcp -f 81 -b 8080 -i myfrontendip

info:    Executing command network lb inbound-nat-rule set
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
+ Updating load balancer "mylb"
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
data:    Id:                        /subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/group-1/providers/Microsoft.Network/loadBalancers/mylb/inboundNatRules/myinboundnat
data:    Name:                      myinboundnat
data:    Type:                      Microsoft.Network/loadBalancers/inboundNatRules
data:    Provisioning state:        Succeeded
data:    Frontend IP Configuration: id=/subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/group-1/providers/Microsoft.Network/loadBalancers/mylb/frontendIPConfigurations/myfrontendip
data:    Backend IP configuration
data:    Protocol                   Tcp
data:    Frontend port              81
data:    Backend port               8080
data:    Enable floating IP         false
info:    network lb inbound-nat-rule set command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

-h, --help                                     output usage information
-v, --verbose                                  use verbose output
--json                                         use json output
-g, --resource-group <resource-group>          the name of the resource group
-l, --lb-name <lb-name>                        the name of the load balancer
-n, --name <name>                              the name of the inbound NAT rule
-p, --protocol <protocol>                      the rule protocol [tcp,udp]
-f, --frontend-port <frontend-port>            the frontend port [0-65535]
-b, --backend-port <backend-port>              the backend port [0-65535]
-e, --enable-floating-ip <enable-floating-ip>  enable floating point ip [true,false]
-i, --frontend-ip <frontend-ip>                the name of the frontend ip configuration
-m, --vm-id [vm-id]                            the VM id.
e.g. /subscriptions/<subscription-id>/resourceGroups/<resource-group-name>/providers/Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines/<vm-name>
-a, --vm-name <vm-name>                        the VM name.
This virtual machine must exist in the same resource group as the lb.
Please use vm-id if that is not the case
-s, --subscription <subscription>              the subscription identifier

network lb inbound-nat-rule list [options] <resource-group> <lb-name>

Enumera todas las reglas NAT de entrada para el equilibrador de carga.

azure network lb inbound-nat-rule list -g myresourcegroup -l mylb

info:    Executing command network lb inbound-nat-rule list
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
data:    Name          Provisioning state  Protocol  Frontend port  Backend port  Enable floating IP  Idle timeout in minutes  Backend IP configuration
data:    ------------  ------------------  --------  -------------  ------------  ------------------  -----------------------  ---
---------------------
data:    myinboundnat  Succeeded           Tcp       81             8080          false               4

info:    network lb inbound-nat-rule list command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

-h, --help                             output usage information
-v, --verbose                          use verbose output
--json                                 use json output
-g, --resource-group <resource-group>  the name of the resource group
-l, --lb-name <lb-name>                the name of the load balancer
-s, --subscription <subscription>      the subscription identifier

network lb inbound-nat-rule delete [options] <resource-group> <lb-name> <name>

Elimina la regla NAT para el equilibrador de carga de un grupo de recursos específico.

azure network lb inbound-nat-rule delete -g myresourcegroup -l mylb -n myinboundnat

info:    Executing command network lb inbound-nat-rule delete
+ Looking up the load balancer "mylb"
Delete inbound NAT rule "myinboundnat?" [y/n] y
+ Updating load balancer "mylb"
info:    network lb inbound-nat-rule delete command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

-h, --help                             output usage information
-v, --verbose                          use verbose output
--json                                 use json output
-g, --resource-group <resource-group>  the name of the resource group
-l, --lb-name <lb-name>                the name of the load balancer
-n, --name <name>                      the name of the inbound NAT rule
-q, --quiet                            quiet mode, do not ask for delete confirmation
-s, --subscription <subscription>      the subscription identifier

Comandos para administrar direcciones ip públicas

network public-ip create [options] <resource-group> <name> <location>

Crea un recurso de dirección IP pública. Creará el recurso de dirección ip pública y lo asociará a un nombre de dominio.

azure network public-ip create -g myresourcegroup -n mytestpublicip1 -l eastus -d azureclitest -a "Dynamic"
info:    Executing command network public-ip create
+ Looking up the public ip "mytestpublicip1"
+ Creating public ip address "mytestpublicip1"
+ Looking up the public ip "mytestpublicip1"
data:    Id:                   /subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/myresourcegroup/providers/Microsoft.Network/publicIPAddresses/mytestpublicip1
data:    Name:                 mytestpublicip1
data:    Type:                 Microsoft.Network/publicIPAddresses
data:    Location:             eastus
data:    Provisioning state:   Succeeded
data:    Allocation method:    Dynamic
data:    Idle timeout:         4
data:    Domain name label:    azureclitest
data:    FQDN:                 azureclitest.eastus.cloudapp.azure.com
info:    network public-ip create command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

-h, --help                                   output usage information
-v, --verbose                                use verbose output
--json                                       use json output
-g, --resource-group <resource-group>        the name of the resource group
-n, --name <name>                            the name of the public ip
-l, --location <location>                    the location
-d, --domain-name-label <domain-name-label>  the domain name label.
This set DNS to <domain-name-label>.<location>.cloudapp.azure.com
-a, --allocation-method <allocation-method>  the allocation method [Static][Dynamic]
-i, --idletimeout <idletimeout>              the idle timeout in minutes
-f, --reverse-fqdn <reverse-fqdn>            the reverse fqdn
-t, --tags <tags>                            the list of tags.
Can be multiple. In the format of "name=value".
Name is required and value is optional.
For example, -t tag1=value1;tag2
-s, --subscription <subscription>            the subscription identifier

network public-ip set [options] <resource-group> <name>

Actualiza las propiedades de un recurso de dirección ip pública existente. En el siguiente ejemplo hemos cambiado la dirección IP pública de dinámica a estática.

azure network public-ip set -g group-1 -n mytestpublicip1 -d azureclitest -a "Static"
info:    Executing command network public-ip set
+ Looking up the public ip "mytestpublicip1"
+ Updating public ip address "mytestpublicip1"
+ Looking up the public ip "mytestpublicip1"
data:    Id:                   /subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/myresourcegroup/providers/Microsoft.Network/publicIPAddresses/mytestpublicip1
data:    Name:                 mytestpublicip1
data:    Type:                 Microsoft.Network/publicIPAddresses
data:    Location:             eastus
data:    Provisioning state:   Succeeded
data:    Allocation method:    Static
data:    Idle timeout:         4
data:    IP Address:           (static IP address)
data:    Domain name label:    azureclitest
data:    FQDN:                 azureclitest.eastus.cloudapp.azure.com
info:    network public-ip set command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

-h, --help                                   output usage information
-v, --verbose                                use verbose output
--json                                       use json output
-g, --resource-group <resource-group>        the name of the resource group
-n, --name <name>                            the name of the public ip
-d, --domain-name-label [domain-name-label]  the domain name label.
This set DNS to <domain-name-label>.<location>.cloudapp.azure.com
-a, --allocation-method <allocation-method>  the allocation method [Static][Dynamic]
-i, --idletimeout <idletimeout>              the idle timeout in minutes
-f, --reverse-fqdn [reverse-fqdn]            the reverse fqdn
-t, --tags <tags>                            the list of tags.
Can be multiple. In the format of "name=value".
Name is required and value is optional.
For example, -t tag1=value1;tag2
--no-tags                                    remove all existing tags
-s, --subscription <subscription>            the subscription identifier


network public-ip list [options] Enumera todos los recursos IP públicos de un grupo de recursos.

azure network public-ip list -g myresourcegroup

info:    Executing command network public-ip list
+ Getting the public ip addresses
data:    Name             Location  Allocation  IP Address    Idle timeout  DNS Name
data:    ---------------  --------  ----------  ------------  ------------  -------------------------------------------
data:    mypubip5         westus    Dynamic                   4             "domain name".westus.cloudapp.azure.com
data:    myPublicIP       eastus    Dynamic                   4             "domain name".eastus.cloudapp.azure.com
data:    mytestpublicip   eastus    Dynamic                   4             "domain name".eastus.cloudapp.azure.com
data:    mytestpublicip1  eastus   Static (Static IP address) 4             azureclitest.eastus.cloudapp.azure.com

Opciones de parámetro:

-h, --help                             output usage information
-v, --verbose                          use verbose output
--json                                 use json output
-g, --resource-group <resource-group>  the name of the resource group
-s, --subscription <subscription>      the subscription identifier


network public-ip show [options]

Muestra las propiedades de la dirección IP pública de un recurso con IP pública dentro de un grupo de recursos.

azure network public-ip show -g myresourcegroup -n mytestpublicip

info:    Executing command network public-ip show
+ Looking up the public ip "mytestpublicip1"
data:    Id:                   /subscriptions/###############################/resourceGroups/myresourcegroup/providers/Microsoft.Network/publicIPAddresses/mytestpublicip
data:    Name:                 mytestpublicip
data:    Type:                 Microsoft.Network/publicIPAddresses
data:    Location:             eastus
data:    Provisioning state:   Succeeded
data:    Allocation method:    Static
data:    Idle timeout:         4
data:    IP Address:           (static IP address)
data:    Domain name label:    azureclitest
data:    FQDN:                 azureclitest.eastus.cloudapp.azure.com
info:    network public-ip show command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

-h, --help                             output usage information
-v, --verbose                          use verbose output
--json                                 use json output
-g, --resource-group <resource-group>  the name of the resource group
-n, --name <name>                      the name of the public IP
-s, --subscription <subscription>      the subscription identifier


network public-ip delete [options] <resource-group> <name>

Elimina un recurso de dirección IP pública.

azure network public-ip delete -g group-1 -n mypublicipname
info:    Executing command network public-ip delete
+ Looking up the public ip "mypublicipname"
Delete public ip address "mypublicipname"? [y/n] y
+ Deleting public ip address "mypublicipname"
info:    network public-ip delete command OK

Opciones de parámetro:

-h, --help                             output usage information
-v, --verbose                          use verbose output
--json                                 use json output
-g, --resource-group <resource-group>  the name of the resource group
-n, --name <name>                      the name of the public IP
-q, --quiet                            quiet mode, do not ask for delete confirmation
-s, --subscription <subscription>      the subscription identifier

Comandos para administrar las interfaces de red

network nic create [options] <resource-group> <name> <location>

Crea un recurso denominado interfaz de red (NIC) que puede utilizarse para equilibradores de carga o para asociarlo a una máquina virtual.

azure network nic create -g myresourcegroup -l eastus -n testnic1 --subnet-name subnet-1 --subnet-vnet-name myvnet

info:    Executing command network nic create
+ Looking up the network interface "testnic1"
+ Looking up the subnet "subnet-1"
+ Creating network interface "testnic1"
+ Looking up the network interface "testnic1"
data:    Id:                     /subscriptions/c4a17ddf-aa84-491c-b6f9-b90d882299f7/resourceGroups/group-1/providers/Microsoft.Network/networkInterfaces/testnic1
data:    Name:                   testnic1
data:    Type:                   Microsoft.Network/networkInterfaces
data:    Location:               eastus
data:    Provisioning state:     Succeeded
data:    IP configurations:
data:       Name:                         NIC-config
data:       Provisioning state:           Succeeded
data:       Private IP address:           10.0.0.5
data:       Private IP Allocation Method: Dynamic
data:       Subnet:                       /subscriptions/c4a17ddf-aa84-491c-b6f9-b90d882299f7/resourceGroups/group-1/providers/Microsoft.Network/virtualNetworks/myVNET/subnets/Subnet-1

Opciones de parámetro:

-h, --help                                                       output usage information
-v, --verbose                                                    use verbose output
--json                                                           use json output
-g, --resource-group <resource-group>                            the name of the resource group
-n, --name <name>                                                the name of the network interface
-l, --location <location>                                        the location
-w, --network-security-group-id <network-security-group-id>      the network security group identifier.
e.g. /subscriptions/<subscription-id>/resourceGroups/<resource-group-name>/providers/Microsoft.Network/networkSecurityGroups/<nsg-name>
-o, --network-security-group-name <network-security-group-name>  the network security group name.
This network security group must exist in the same resource group as the nic.
Please use network-security-group-id if that is not the case.
-i, --public-ip-id <public-ip-id>                                the public IP identifier.
e.g. /subscriptions/<subscription-id>/resourceGroups/<resource-group-name>/providers/Microsoft.Network/publicIPAddresses/<public-ip-name>
-p, --public-ip-name <public-ip-name>                            the public IP name.
This public ip must exist in the same resource group as the nic.
Please use public-ip-id if that is not the case.
-a, --private-ip-address <private-ip-address>                    the private IP address
-u, --subnet-id <subnet-id>                                      the subnet identifier.
e.g. /subscriptions/<subscription-id>/resourceGroups/<resource-group-name>/providers/Microsoft.Network/virtualNetworks/<vnet-name>/subnets/<subnet-name>
--subnet-name <subnet-name>                                  the subnet name
-m, --subnet-vnet-name <subnet-vnet-name>                        the vnet name under which subnet-name exists
-t, --tags <tags>                                                the comma seperated list of tags.
Can be multiple. In the format of "name=value".
Name is required and value is optional.
For example, -t tag1=value1;tag2
-s, --subscription <subscription>                                the subscription identifier
data:
info:    network nic create command OK

network nic set [options] <resource-group> <name>

network nic list [options] <resource-group>
network nic show [options] <resource-group> <name>
network nic delete [options] <resource-group> <name>

Comandos para administrar grupos de seguridad de red

network nsg create [options] <resource-group> <name> <location>
network nsg set [options] <resource-group> <name>
network nsg list [options] <resource-group>
network nsg show [options] <resource-group> <name>
network nsg delete [options] <resource-group> <name>

Comandos para administrar reglas de grupos de seguridad de red

network nsg rule create [options] <resource-group> <nsg-name> <name>
network nsg rule set [options] <resource-group> <nsg-name> <name>
network nsg rule list [options] <resource-group> <nsg-name>
network nsg rule show [options] <resource-group> <nsg-name> <name>
network nsg rule delete [options] <resource-group> <nsg-name> <name>

Comandos para administrar perfiles del Administrador de tráfico

network traffic-manager profile create [options] <resource-group> <name>
network traffic-manager profile set [options] <resource-group> <name>
network traffic-manager profile list [options] <resource-group>
network traffic-manager profile show [options] <resource-group> <name>
network traffic-manager profile delete [options] <resource-group> <name>
network traffic-manager profile is-dns-available [options] <resource-group> <relative-dns-name>

Comandos para administrar extremos del Administrador de tráfico

network traffic-manager profile endpoint create [options] <resource-group> <profile-name> <name> <endpoint-location>
network traffic-manager profile endpoint set [options] <resource-group> <profile-name> <name>
network traffic-manager profile endpoint delete [options] <resource-group> <profile-name> <name>

Comandos para administrar puertas de enlace de redes virtuales

network gateway list [options] <resource-group>

azure provider: comandos para administrar los registros de proveedor de recursos

Enumerar los proveedores registrados actualmente en Resource Manager

provider list [options]

Mostrar detalles sobre el espacio de nombres de proveedor solicitado

provider show [options] <namespace>

Registrar el proveedor con la suscripción

provider register [options] <namespace>

Anular el registro del proveedor con la suscripción

provider unregister [options] <namespace>

azure resource: comandos para administrar los recursos

Crea un recurso en un grupo de recursos.

resource create [options] <resource-group> <name> <resource-type> <location> <api-version>

Actualiza un recurso en un grupo de recursos sin parámetros ni plantillas.

resource set [options] <resource-group> <name> <resource-type> <properties> <api-version>

Enumera los recursos.

resource list [options] [resource-group]

Obtiene un recurso dentro de un grupo de recursos o la suscripción.

resource show [options] <resource-group> <name> <resource-type> <api-version>

Elimina un recurso en un grupo de recursos.

resource delete [options] <resource-group> <name> <resource-type> <api-version>

azure role: comandos para administrar roles de Azure

Obtener todas las definiciones de rol disponibles

role list [options]

Obtener una definición de rol disponible

role show [options] [name]

Comandos para administrar la asignación de su rol

role assignment create [options] [objectId] [upn] [mail] [spn] [role] [scope] [resource-group] [resource-type] [resource-name]
role assignment list [options] [objectId] [upn] [mail] [spn] [role] [scope] [resource-group] [resource-type] [resource-name]
role assignment delete [options] [objectId] [upn] [mail] [spn] [role] [scope] [resource-group] [resource-type] [resource-name]

azure storage: comandos para administrar los objetos de Almacenamiento

Comandos para administrar cuentas de Almacenamiento

storage account list [options]
storage account show [options] <name>
storage account create [options] <name>
storage account set [options] <name>
storage account delete [options] <name>

Comandos para administrar claves de cuentas de Almacenamiento

storage account keys list [options] <name>
storage account keys renew [options] <name>

Comandos para mostrar la cadena de conexión de Almacenamiento

storage account connectionstring show [options] <name>

Comandos para administrar contenedores de Almacenamiento

storage container list [options] [prefix]
storage container show [options] [container]
storage container create [options] [container]
storage container delete [options] [container]
storage container set [options] [container]

Comandos para administrar firmas de acceso compartido de su contenedor de almacenamiento

storage container sas create [options] [container] [permissions] [expiry]

Comandos para administrar políticas de acceso compartido de su contenedor de Almacenamiento

storage container policy create [options] [container] [name]
storage container policy show [options] [container] [name]
storage container policy list [options] [container]
storage container policy set [options] [container] [name]
storage container policy delete [options] [container] [name]

Comandos para administrar blobs de Almacenamiento

storage blob list [options] [container] [prefix]
storage blob show [options] [container] [blob]
storage blob delete [options] [container] [blob]
storage blob upload [options] [file] [container] [blob]
storage blob download [options] [container] [blob] [destination]

Comandos para administrar sus operaciones de copia de blobs

storage blob copy start [options] [sourceUri] [destContainer]
storage blob copy show [options] [container] [blob]
storage blob copy stop [options] [container] [blob] [copyid]

Comandos para administrar la firma de acceso compartido de su blob de Almacenamiento

storage blob sas create [options] [container] [blob] [permissions] [expiry]

Comandos para administrar sus archivos compartidos de Almacenamiento

storage share create [options] [share]
storage share show [options] [share]
storage share delete [options] [share]
storage share list [options] [prefix]

Comandos para administrar sus archivos de Almacenamiento

storage file list [options] [share] [path]
storage file delete [options] [share] [path]
storage file upload [options] [source] [share] [path]
storage file download [options] [share] [path] [destination]

Comandos para administrar su directorio de archivos de Almacenamiento

storage directory create [options] [share] [path]
storage directory delete [options] [share] [path]

Comandos para administrar sus colas de Almacenamiento

storage queue create [options] [queue]
storage queue list [options] [prefix]
storage queue show [options] [queue]
storage queue delete [options] [queue]

Comandos para administrar firmas de acceso compartido de su cola de Almacenamiento

storage queue sas create [options] [queue] [permissions] [expiry]

Comandos para administrar políticas de acceso compartido de su cola de Almacenamiento

storage queue policy create [options] [queue] [name]
storage queue policy show [options] [queue] [name]
storage queue policy list [options] [queue]
storage queue policy set [options] [queue] [name]
storage queue policy delete [options] [queue] [name]

Comandos para administrar propiedades de registro de Almacenamiento

storage logging show [options]
storage logging set [options]

Comandos para administrar propiedades de métricas de Almacenamiento

storage metrics show [options]
storage metrics set [options]

Comandos para administrar tablas de Almacenamiento

storage table create [options] [table]
storage table list [options] [prefix]
storage table show [options] [table]
storage table delete [options] [table]

Comandos para administrar firmas de acceso compartido de su tabla de Almacenamiento

storage table sas create [options] [table] [permissions] [expiry]

Comandos para administrar políticas de acceso compartido de su tabla de Almacenamiento

storage table policy create [options] [table] [name]
storage table policy show [options] [table] [name]
storage table policy list [options] [table]
storage table policy set [options] [table] [name]
storage table policy delete [options] [table] [name]

azure tag: comandos para administrar etiquetas del administrador de recursos

Agregar una etiqueta

tag create [options] <name> <value>

Quitar una etiqueta o un valor de etiqueta

tag delete [options] <name> <value>

Enumerar la información de la etiqueta

tag list [options]

Obtener una etiqueta

tag show [options] [name]

azure vm: comandos para administrar máquinas virtuales de Azure

Crear una máquina virtual

vm create [options] <resource-group> <name> <location> <os-type>

Crear una máquina virtual con los recursos predeterminados

vm quick-create [options] <resource-group> <name> <location> <os-type> <image-urn> <admin-username> <admin-password
Sugerencia

A partir de CLI versión 0.10, puede proporcionar un alias corto como UbuntuLTS o Win2012R2Datacenter como image-urn para algunas imágenes populares de Marketplace. Ejecute azure help vm quick-create para ver las opciones. Además, desde la versión 0.10, azure vm quick-create utiliza Almacenamiento premium de forma predeterminada, si está disponible en la región seleccionada.

Mostrar las máquinas virtuales dentro de una cuenta

vm list [options]

Obtener una máquina virtual en un grupo de recursos

vm show [options] <resource-group> <name>

Eliminar una máquina virtual en un grupo de recursos

vm delete [options] <resource-group> <name>

Cerrar una máquina virtual en un grupo de recursos

vm stop [options] <resource-group> <name>

Reiniciar una máquina virtual en un grupo de recursos

vm restart [options] <resource-group> <name>

Iniciar una máquina virtual en un grupo de recursos

vm start [options] <resource-group> <name>

Cerrar una máquina virtual en un grupo de recursos y liberar recursos de proceso

vm deallocate [options] <resource-group> <name>

Enumerar los tamaños disponibles de máquina virtual

vm sizes [options]

Capturar la máquina virtual como imagen del sistema operativo o como imagen de VM

vm capture [options] <resource-group> <name> <vhd-name-prefix>

Establecer el estado de la máquina virtual como Generalized

vm generalize [options] <resource-group> <name>

Obtener la vista de instancia de la máquina virtual

vm get-instance-view [options] <resource-group> <name>

Restablecer la configuración de acceso de escritorio remoto o SSH en una máquina virtual y restablecer la contraseña para la cuenta que tiene como administrador o autoridad sudo

vm reset-access [options] <resource-group> <name>

Actualizar la máquina virtual con nuevos datos

vm set [options] <resource-group> <name>

Comandos para administrar discos de datos de máquinas virtuales

vm disk attach-new [options] <resource-group> <vm-name> <size-in-gb> [vhd-name]
vm disk detach [options] <resource-group> <vm-name> <lun>
vm disk attach [options] <resource-group> <vm-name> [vhd-url]

Comandos para administrar las extensiones de recursos de máquina virtual

vm extension set [options] <resource-group> <vm-name> <name> <publisher-name> <version>
vm extension get [options] <resource-group> <vm-name>

Comandos para administrar sus máquinas virtuales Docker

vm docker create [options] <resource-group> <name> <location> <os-type>

Comandos para administrar imágenes de máquina virtual

vm image list-publishers [options] <location>
vm image list-offers [options] <location> <publisher>
vm image list-skus [options] <location> <publisher> <offer>
vm image list [options] <location> <publisher> [offer] [sku]