» aws_waf_rule

Provides a WAF Rule Resource

» Example Usage

resource "aws_waf_ipset" "ipset" {
  name = "tfIPSet"

  ip_set_descriptors {
    type  = "IPV4"
    value = "192.0.7.0/24"
  }
}

resource "aws_waf_rule" "wafrule" {
  depends_on  = ["aws_waf_ipset.ipset"]
  name        = "tfWAFRule"
  metric_name = "tfWAFRule"

  predicates {
    data_id = "${aws_waf_ipset.ipset.id}"
    negated = false
    type    = "IPMatch"
  }
}

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • metric_name - (Required) The name or description for the Amazon CloudWatch metric of this rule. The name can contain only alphanumeric characters (A-Z, a-z, 0-9); the name can't contain whitespace.
  • name - (Required) The name or description of the rule.
  • predicates - (Optional) One of ByteMatchSet, IPSet, SizeConstraintSet, SqlInjectionMatchSet, or XssMatchSet objects to include in a rule.

» Nested Blocks

» predicates

See the WAF Documentation for more information.

» Arguments

  • negated - (Required) Set this to false if you want to allow, block, or count requests based on the settings in the specified waf_byte_match_set, waf_ipset, aws_waf_size_constraint_set, aws_waf_sql_injection_match_set or aws_waf_xss_match_set. For example, if an IPSet includes the IP address 192.0.2.44, AWS WAF will allow or block requests based on that IP address. If set to true, AWS WAF will allow, block, or count requests based on all IP addresses except 192.0.2.44.
  • data_id - (Required) A unique identifier for a predicate in the rule, such as Byte Match Set ID or IPSet ID.
  • type - (Required) The type of predicate in a rule. Valid values: ByteMatch, GeoMatch, IPMatch, RegexMatch, SizeConstraint, SqlInjectionMatch, or XssMatch.

» Attributes Reference

In addition to all arguments above, the following attributes are exported:

  • id - The ID of the WAF rule.

» Import

WAF rules can be imported using the id, e.g.

$ terraform import aws_waf_rule.example a1b2c3d4-d5f6-7777-8888-9999aaaabbbbcccc