» external_network

Provides a vCloud Director external network data source. This can be used to reference external networks and their properties.

Supported in provider v2.5+

» Example Usage

data "vcd_external_network" "tf-external-network" {
  name = "my-extnet"
}

resource "vcd_dnat" "tf-nat-rule" {
  org             = "tf-org"
  vdc             = "tf-vdc"
  # References the external network name from the data source
  network_name    = "${data.vcd_external_network.tf-external-network.name}"
  network_type    = "ext"
  edge_gateway    = "tf-gw"
  # References the first IP scope block. From that we extract the first static IP pool to retrieve the start address
  external_ip     = "${data.vcd_external_network.extnet-datacloud.ip_scope[0].static_ip_pool[0].start_address}"
  port            = 7777
  protocol        = "tcp"
  internal_ip     = "10.10.102.60"
  translated_port = 77
  description     = "test run"
}

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • name - (Required) external network name

» Attribute Reference

  • description - Network friendly description
  • ip_scope - A list of IP scopes for the network. See IP Scope for details.
  • vsphere_network - A list of DV_PORTGROUP or NETWORK objects names that back this network. Each referenced DV_PORTGROUP or NETWORK must exist on a vCenter server registered with the system. See vSphere Network for details.
  • retain_net_info_across_deployments - Specifies whether the network resources such as IP/MAC of router will be retained across deployments.