az peering received-route

Peering received-route.

Commands

az peering received-route list

Lists the prefixes received over the specified peering under the given subscription and resource group.

az peering received-route list

Lists the prefixes received over the specified peering under the given subscription and resource group.

az peering received-route list --peering-name
                               --resource-group
                               [--as-path]
                               [--origin-as-validation-state]
                               [--prefix]
                               [--rpki-validation-state]
                               [--skip-token]

Examples

Lists the prefixes received over the specified peering under the given subscription and resource group.

az peering received-route list --as-path "123 456" --origin-as-validation-state "Valid" --peering-name "peeringName" --prefix "1.1.1.0/24" --resource-group "rgName" --rpki-validation-state "Valid"

Required Parameters

--peering-name

The name of the peering.

--resource-group -g

Name of resource group. You can configure the default group using az configure --defaults group=<name>.

Optional Parameters

--as-path

The optional AS path that can be used to filter the routes.

--origin-as-validation-state

The optional origin AS validation state that can be used to filter the routes.

--prefix

The optional prefix that can be used to filter the routes.

--rpki-validation-state

The optional RPKI validation state that can be used to filter the routes.

--skip-token

The optional page continuation token that is used in the event of paginated result.