ECLAT-LSADDR

NAME

eclat-lsaddr, eclat-describe-addresses − return information about IP addresses in your account

SYNOPSIS

eclat lsaddr [−v] [−−vpc] [FILTER...]

eclat lsaddr −−help

DESCRIPTION

This command returns information about Elastic IP addresses allocated for your account. By default all allocated addresses are described. This can be changed by specifying one or more filters. When filters are supplied, only those addresses that match all of them are returned.

OPTIONS

−v,−−vpc

Describe VPC addresses. By default, standard (EC2) addresses are displayed. This option alters this behavior.

FILTERS

instance−id=string

The ID of the instance the address is associated with.

public−ip=string

Piblic IP address.

allocation−id=string

The allocation ID of the address (for VPC addresses only).

association−id=string

The association ID of the address (for VPC addresses only).

network−interface−id=stringf

The network interface this IP is associated with (for VPC addresses only).

network−interface−owner−id=string

The owner ID.

private−ip−address=string

The private IP address associated with the Elastic IP (for VPC addresses only).

OUTPUT

The default output is organized in three to eight columns separated by single TAB characters. The first three columns are common for any address domain. The first column lists the interface type (standard of vpc). The second one shows the IP address. The third column contains the ID of the instance this address is associated with. For VPC addresses, additional five columns are output: interface ID, interface owner ID, private IP address, allocation ID and association ID.

EXAMPLE

$ eclat lsaddr
standard  192.0.2.1 i-f15ebb98
standard  198.51.100.2

SEE ALSO

eclat(1), eclat−mkaddr(1), eclat−rmaddr(1), eclat−assocaddr(1), eclat−disassaddr(1).

AUTHORS

Sergey Poznyakoff

BUG REPORTS

Report bugs to <bug−eclat@gnu.org.ua>.

COPYRIGHT

Copyright © 2012-2015 Sergey Poznyakoff
License GPLv3+: GNU GPL version 3 or later <http://gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html>
This is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it. There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.