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GCLOUD_COMPUTE_ADDRESSES_CREGeneral CommandsGCLOUD_COMPUTE_ADDRESSES_CREATE(1)

NAME
       gcloud compute addresses	create - reserve IP addresses

SYNOPSIS
       gcloud  compute	addresses  create [NAME	...] [--addresses ADDRESS,[AD-
	      DRESS,...]] [--description DESCRIPTION] [--global	| --region RE-
	      GION] [GLOBAL-FLAG ...]

DESCRIPTION
       gcloud  compute	addresses create is used to reserve one	or more	IP ad-
       dresses.	Once an	IP address is reserved,	it will	be associated with the
       project	until  it is released using 'gcloud compute addresses delete'.
       Ephemeral IP addresses that are in use by resources in the project, can
       be reserved using the --addresses flag.

POSITIONAL ARGUMENTS
       [NAME ...]
	 The names to assign to	the reserved IP	addresses.

FLAGS
       --addresses ADDRESS,[ADDRESS,...]
	 Ephemeral  IP addresses to promote to reserved	status.	Only addresses
	 that are being	used by	resources in the project can be	promoted. When
	 providing  this  flag,	a parallel list	of names for the addresses can
	 be provided. For example,

	   $ gcloud compute addresses create ADDRESS-1 ADDRESS-2 \
	       --addresses 162.222.181.197 162.222.181.198 \
	       --region	us-central1

	 will result in	162.222.181.197	 being	reserved  as  'ADDRESS-1'  and
	 162.222.181.198  as 'ADDRESS-2'. If no	names are given, randomly-gen-
	 erated	names will be assigned to the IP addresses.

       --description DESCRIPTION
	 An optional textual description for the addresses.

       --global
	 If provided, it is assumed the	addresses are global.

       --region	REGION
	 The region of the address to operate on. If not specified,  you  will
	 be prompted to	select a region.

	 To  avoid  prompting  when this flag is omitted, you can set the com-
	 pute/region property:

	   $ gcloud config set compute/region REGION

	 A list	of regions can be fetched by running:

	   $ gcloud compute regions list

	 To unset the property,	run:

	   $ gcloud config unset compute/region

	 Alternatively,	the region can be stored in the	 environment  variable
	 CLOUDSDK_COMPUTE_REGION.

GLOBAL FLAGS
       Run $ gcloud help for a description of flags available to all commands.

EXAMPLES
       To reserve three	IP addresses in	the us-central1	region,	run:

	 $ gcloud compute addresses create ADDRESS-1 ADDRESS-2 ADDRESS-3 \
	     --region us-central1

       To  reserve  ephemeral  IP addresses 162.222.181.198 and	23.251.146.189
       which are being used by virtual machine instances  in  the  us-central1
       region, run:

	 $ gcloud compute addresses create --addresses 162.222.181.198 \
	     23.251.146.189 --region us-central1

       In  the	above  invocation,  the	 two addresses will be assigned	random
       names.

					    GCLOUD_COMPUTE_ADDRESSES_CREATE(1)

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