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ECLAT-LSSG(1)		     Eclat User	Reference		 ECLAT-LSSG(1)

NAME
       eclat-lssg,  eclat-describe-security-groups  - return information about
       security	groups

SYNOPSIS
       eclat lssg [-n] [--name]	[FILTER...] [ID]

       eclat lssg --help

DESCRIPTION
       This command returns information	about security	groups.	  By  default,
       all security groups pertaining to your account will be described.  Par-
       ticular groups can be selected by specifying their IDs  (or  names,  if
       the -n (--name) option is used) in the command line.  The set of	groups
       can further be abridged by using	filters.

       If ID mapping is	enabled	(see the section MAPS in eclat(1)), this  com-
       mand  translates	 ID supplied in	the command line using the GroupId map
       or GroupName map, if the	-n (--name) option is used.

OPTIONS
       -n, --name
	      Treat group identifiers supplied in the command  line  as	 group
	      names.  By default they are treated as group IDs.

FILTERS
       description=string
	      The description of the security group.

       group-id=string
	      The ID of	the security group.

       group-name=string
	      The name of the security group.

       ip-permission.cidr=string
	      The  CIDR	 range	that has been granted the permission.  See the
	      note below.

       ip-permission.from-port=string
	      For the TCP and UDP, the start of	port range, for	 ICMP  --  the
	      ICMP type	number.

       ip-permission.group-name=string
	      The name of security group that has been granted the permission.

       ip-permission.protocol=value
	      The  IP protocol for the permission.  One	of: tcp, udp, icmp, or
	      a	protocol number.

       ip-permission.to-port=string
	      The end of port range for	the TCP	and UDP	protocols, or an  ICMP
	      code.

       ip-permission.user-id=string
	      The ID of	an AWS account that has	been granted the permission.

       owner-id=string
	      The AWS account ID of the	owner of the security group.

       tag-key=string
	      The key of a tag assigned	to the security	group.

       tag-value=string
	      The value	of a tag assigned to the security group.

       Notice,	that  all  filters use literal matching	only.  This means that
       you cannot use, e.g., ip-permission.cidr	to check for a	particular  IP
       address.	  Instead, the argument	to ip-permission.cidr must be the CIDR
       exactly as stored in the	group description.  The	same  holds  true  for
       other filters as	well.

OUTPUT
       The  output  is	multi-line.  Each group	begins with a Group line, con-
       taining the group ID, name and description.  Following  lines  describe
       the  VPC	 ID and	tags (if any).	Tags are listed	in as key=value	pairs,
       each on a separate line and indented by one tabstop.   The  lines  that
       follow list the rules for incoming and outgoing traffic.	 E.g.:

       Group sg-443d0a12   WebServers	  "Web Servers"
       VPC ID:
       Incoming:
       tcp  0.0.0.0/0 80
       Outgoing:
       Group sg-5ff8a023   RangedPortsBySource "Group A"
       VPC ID:
       Incoming:
       user 111122223333, group	sg-99gh4012 ("Group B")	 6000-7000
       Outgoing:

SEE ALSO
       eclat(1), eclat-sg(1), eclat-mksg(1), eclat-rmsg(1).

AUTHORS
       Sergey Poznyakoff

BUG REPORTS
       Report bugs to <bug-eclat@gnu.org.ua>.

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (C) 2012-2015 Sergey Poznyakoff
       License GPLv3+: GNU GPL version 3 or later <http://gnu.org/li-
       censes/gpl.html>
       This is free software: you are free  to	change	and  redistribute  it.
       There is	NO WARRANTY, to	the extent permitted by	law.

ECLAT			       January 26, 2015			 ECLAT-LSSG(1)

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