» alicloud_nas_access_group

Provides a NAS Access Group resource.

In NAS, the permission group acts as a whitelist that allows you to restrict file system access. You can allow specified IP addresses or CIDR blocks to access the file system, and assign different levels of access permission to different IP addresses or CIDR blocks by adding rules to the permission group. For information about NAS Access Group and how to use it, see What is NAS Access Group

» Example Usage

Basic Usage

resource "alicloud_nas_access_group" "foo" {
  name        = "CreateAccessGroup"
  type        = "Classic"
  description = "test_AccessG"


Example after v1.92.0

resource "alicloud_nas_access_group" "foo" {
  access_group_name  = "CreateAccessGroup"
  access_group_type  = "Vpc"
  description        = "test_AccessG"
  file_system_type   = "extreme"

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • name - (Required, ForceNew, Deprecated in v1.92.0+) Replaced by access_group_name after version 1.92.0.
  • type - (Required, ForceNew, Deprecated in v1.92.0+) Replaced by access_group_type after version 1.92.0.
  • access_group_name - (Required, ForceNew, Available in v1.92.0+) A Name of one Access Group.
  • access_group_type - (Required, ForceNew, Available in v1.92.0+) A Type of one Access Group. Valid values: Vpc and Classic.
  • description - (Optional) The Access Group description.
  • file_system_type - (Optional, ForceNew, Available in v1.92.0+) The type of file system. Valid values: standard and extreme. Default to standard. Note that the extreme only support Vpc Network.

» Attributes Reference

The following attributes are exported:

  • id - The ID of the Access Group. The value as <access_group_name>.

» Import

NAS Access Group can be imported using the id, e.g.

$ terraform import alicloud_nas_access_group.foo tf_testAccNasConfig:standard