Can anybody suggest where I can learn about how to apply/modify the mentioned "output node input filter capabilities"? I guess my question is -- where would I put input filter code such as is shown here?
It would like something like this
nodes: azure_cloudIPs: inputs:  output: true prototype: azure.cloudIPs cloud_IPv4s: inputs: - azure_cloudIPs output: true prototype: stdlib.aggregatorIPv4Generic azure_IPv4s: inputs: - cloud_IPv4s output: false prototype: stdlib.feedHCWithValue azure_uksouth_IPv4s: inputs: - cloud_IPv4s output: false prototype: stdlib.feedHCWithValue config:
infilters: - actions: - accept conditions: - __method == 'withdraw' name: accept withdraws - actions: - accept conditions: - azure_region == 'uksouth' - share_level == 'green' name: accept azure IP for region uksouth - actions: - drop name: drop all
I've got a follow on to this discussion. I've tried the Azure IP miner and it works nicely, but it doesn't give the level of granularity that I need. It lists prefixes by azure region, but not by Azure service.
I need to end with a list of IP addresses by PaaS service, specifically storage & sql in my case. There is a differnet url that holds all the prefixes in json format here - https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/confirmation.aspx?id=56519
Does anyone have a miner prototype that can do this?
did you see the link used will be deprecated by June 30, 2020
IP Ranges for each cloud, broken down by region and by the tagged services in that cloud are now available on MS Download: Public: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=56519
US Gov: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=57063
These JSON files are updated weekly and include versioning both for the full file and each individual service tag in that file. The “AzureCloud” tag provides the IP ranges for that entire cloud (Public, USGov, Germany, China) and is also broken out by region within that cloud. Finally, the list of service tags in the file will be increasing as we’re constantly onboarding new azure teams to service tags.
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