» alicloud_ddoscoo_scheduler_rule

Provides a DdosCoo Scheduler Rule resource. For information about DdosCoo Scheduler Rule and how to use it, seeWhat is DdosCoo Scheduler Rule.

» Example Usage

Basic Usage

resource "alicloud_ddoscoo_scheduler_rule" "example" {
  rule_name = "tf-testacc7929727******"
  rule_type =3
    priority = "100"
    region_id = "cn-hangzhou"
    type = "A"
    value_type = "3"
    priority = "50"
    region_id = "cn-hangzhou"
    type = "A"
    value= ""
    value_type = "1"

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • rule_name - (Required, ForceNew) The name of the rule.
  • rule_type - (Required) The rule type. Valid values: 2: tiered protection. 3: globalization acceleration. 6: Cloud product interaction.
  • rules - (Required) The details of the common filter interaction rule, expressed as a JSON string. The structure is as follows: Type: String type, required, the address format of the linkage resource. Valid values: A: IP address. CNAME: Domain name. Value: String type, required, link address of resource. Priority: the priority of the rule. This parameter is required and of Integer type. Valid values: 0~100 the larger the value, the higher the priority. ValueType: Required. The type of the linked resource. It is an Integer. Valid values: 1: Anti-DDoS Pro. 2: (Tiered protection) cloud resource IP. 3: (sea acceleration) MCA IP address. 6: (Cloud product linkage) cloud resource IP. RegionId: String type, optional (Required when ValueType is 2) the ID of the region.
  • resource_group_id - (Optional) The ID of the resource group to which the anti-DDoS pro instance belongs in resource management. By default, no value is specified, indicating that the domains in the default resource group are listed.

» Attributes Reference

The following attributes are exported:

  • id - The resource ID of scheduler rule. The value is <rule_name>.
  • cname - The cname is the traffic scheduler corresponding to rules.

» Import

DdosCoo Scheduler Rule can be imported using the id or the rule name, e.g.

$ terraform import alicloud_ddoscoo_scheduler_rule.example fbb20dc77e8fc******