Networking v4.112.3

Firewalls List

GET https://api.linode.com/v4/networking/firewalls

Returns a paginated list of accessible Firewalls.

Authorizations

personalAccessToken
oauthfirewall:read_only

Query Parameters

page
Type:
integer >= 1
Default: 1
Default:
1

The page of a collection to return.

page_size
Type:
integer 25..100
Default: 100
Default:
100

The number of items to return per page.

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Firewall Create

POST https://api.linode.com/v4/networking/firewalls

Creates a Firewall to filter network traffic.

  • Use the rules property to create inbound and outbound access rules.

  • Use the devices property to assign the Firewall to a service and apply its Rules to the device. Requires read_write User’s Grants to the device. Currently, Firewalls can only be assigned to Linode instances.

  • A Firewall can be assigned to multiple Linode instances at a time.

  • A Linode instance can have one active, assigned Firewall at a time. Additional disabled Firewalls can be assigned to a service, but they cannot be enabled if another active Firewall is already assigned to the same service.

  • A firewall_create Event is generated when this endpoint returns successfully.

Authorizations

personalAccessToken
oauthfirewall:read_write

Request Body Schema

devices
object

Devices to create for this Firewall. When a Device is created, the Firewall is assigned to its associated service. Currently, Devices can only be created for Linode instances.

linodes
array of integers

An array of Linode IDs. A Firewall Device is created for each ID.

label
Filterable
Required
string 3..32 characters

The Firewall’s label, for display purposes only.

Firewall labels have the following constraints:

  • Must begin and end with an alphanumeric character.
  • May only consist of alphanumeric characters, dashes (-), underscores (_) or periods (.).
  • Cannot have two dashes (--), underscores (__) or periods (..) in a row.
  • Must be between 3 and 32 characters.
  • Must be unique.

rules
Required
object

The inbound and outbound access rules to apply to the Firewall.

A Firewall may have up to 25 rules across its inbound and outbound rulesets.

inbound
array of objects

The inbound rules for the firewall, as a JSON array.

action
Required
string
Enum: ACCEPT DROP

Controls whether traffic is accepted or dropped by this rule. Overrides the Firewall’s inbound_policy if this is an inbound rule, or the outbound_policy if this is an outbound rule.

addresses
Required
object

Allowed IPv4 or IPv6 addresses. A Rule can have up to 255 addresses or networks listed across its IPv4 and IPv6 arrays. A network and a single IP are treated as equivalent when accounting for this limit.

ipv4
array of strings

A list of IPv4 addresses or networks. Must be in IP/mask format.

ipv6
array of strings

A list of IPv6 addresses or networks. Must be in IP/mask format.

description
string 1..100 characters

Used to describe this rule. For display purposes only.

label
string 3..32 characters

Used to identify this rule. For display purposes only.

ports
string

A string representing the port or ports on which traffic will be allowed:

  • The string may be a single port, a range of ports, or a comma-separated list of single ports and port ranges. A space is permitted following each comma.
  • A range of ports is inclusive of the start and end values for the range. The end value of the range must be greater than the start value.
  • Ports must be within 1 and 65535, and may not contain any leading zeroes. For example, port “080” is not allowed.
  • Ports may not be specified if a rule’s protocol is ICMP. At least one port must be specified if a rule’s protocol is TCP or UDP.
  • The ports string can have up to 15 pieces, where a single port is treated as one piece, and a port range is treated as two pieces. For example, the string “22-24, 80, 443” has four pieces.

protocol
Required
string
Enum: TCP UDP ICMP

The type of network traffic to allow.

inbound_policy
Required
string
Enum: ACCEPT DROP

The default behavior for inbound traffic. This setting can be overridden by updating the inbound.action property of the Firewall Rule.

outbound
array of objects

The outbound rules for the firewall, as a JSON array.

action
Required
string
Enum: ACCEPT DROP

Controls whether traffic is accepted or dropped by this rule. Overrides the Firewall’s inbound_policy if this is an inbound rule, or the outbound_policy if this is an outbound rule.

addresses
Required
object

Allowed IPv4 or IPv6 addresses. A Rule can have up to 255 addresses or networks listed across its IPv4 and IPv6 arrays. A network and a single IP are treated as equivalent when accounting for this limit.

ipv4
array of strings

A list of IPv4 addresses or networks. Must be in IP/mask format.

ipv6
array of strings

A list of IPv6 addresses or networks. Must be in IP/mask format.

description
string 1..100 characters

Used to describe this rule. For display purposes only.

label
string 3..32 characters

Used to identify this rule. For display purposes only.

ports
string

A string representing the port or ports on which traffic will be allowed:

  • The string may be a single port, a range of ports, or a comma-separated list of single ports and port ranges. A space is permitted following each comma.
  • A range of ports is inclusive of the start and end values for the range. The end value of the range must be greater than the start value.
  • Ports must be within 1 and 65535, and may not contain any leading zeroes. For example, port “080” is not allowed.
  • Ports may not be specified if a rule’s protocol is ICMP. At least one port must be specified if a rule’s protocol is TCP or UDP.
  • The ports string can have up to 15 pieces, where a single port is treated as one piece, and a port range is treated as two pieces. For example, the string “22-24, 80, 443” has four pieces.

protocol
Required
string
Enum: TCP UDP ICMP

The type of network traffic to allow.

outbound_policy
Required
string
Enum: ACCEPT DROP

The default behavior for outbound traffic. This setting can be overridden by updating the outbound.action property of the Firewall Rule.

tags
Filterable
array of strings

An array of tags applied to this object. Tags are for organizational purposes only.

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Firewall Delete

DELETE https://api.linode.com/v4/networking/firewalls/{firewallId}

Delete a Firewall resource by its ID. This will remove all of the Firewall’s Rules from any Linode services that the Firewall was assigned to.

A firewall_delete Event is generated when this endpoint returns successfully.

Authorizations

personalAccessToken
oauthfirewall:read_write

Path Parameters

firewallIdinteger
Required

ID of the Firewall to access.

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Firewall View

GET https://api.linode.com/v4/networking/firewalls/{firewallId}

Get a specific Firewall resource by its ID. The Firewall’s Devices will not be returned in the response. Instead, use the List Firewall Devices endpoint to review them.

Authorizations

personalAccessToken
oauthfirewall:read_only

Path Parameters

firewallIdinteger
Required

ID of the Firewall to access.

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Firewall Update

PUT https://api.linode.com/v4/networking/firewalls/{firewallId}

Updates information for a Firewall. Some parts of a Firewall’s configuration cannot be manipulated by this endpoint:

  • A Firewall’s Devices cannot be set with this endpoint. Instead, use the Create Firewall Device and Delete Firewall Device endpoints to assign and remove this Firewall from Linode services.

  • A Firewall’s Rules cannot be changed with this endpoint. Instead, use the Update Firewall Rules endpoint to update your Rules.

  • A Firewall’s status can be set to enabled or disabled by this endpoint, but it cannot be set to deleted. Instead, use the Delete Firewall endpoint to delete a Firewall.

If a Firewall’s status is changed with this endpoint, a corresponding firewall_enable or firewall_disable Event will be generated.

Authorizations

personalAccessToken
oauthfirewall:read_write

Path Parameters

firewallIdinteger
Required

ID of the Firewall to access.

Request Body Schema

label
Filterable
string 3..32 characters

The Firewall’s label, for display purposes only.

Firewall labels have the following constraints:

  • Must begin and end with an alphanumeric character.
  • May only consist of alphanumeric characters, dashes (-), underscores (_) or periods (.).
  • Cannot have two dashes (--), underscores (__) or periods (..) in a row.
  • Must be between 3 and 32 characters.
  • Must be unique.

tags
Filterable
array of strings

An array of tags applied to this object. Tags are for organizational purposes only.

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Firewall Devices List

GET https://api.linode.com/v4/networking/firewalls/{firewallId}/devices

Returns a paginated list of a Firewall’s Devices. A Firewall Device assigns a Firewall to a Linode service (referred to as the Device’s entity). Currently, only Devices with an entity of type linode are accepted.

Authorizations

personalAccessToken
oauthfirewall:read_only

Path Parameters

firewallIdinteger
Required

ID of the Firewall to access.

Query Parameters

page
Type:
integer >= 1
Default: 1
Default:
1

The page of a collection to return.

page_size
Type:
integer 25..100
Default: 100
Default:
100

The number of items to return per page.

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Firewall Device Create

POST https://api.linode.com/v4/networking/firewalls/{firewallId}/devices

Creates a Firewall Device, which assigns a Firewall to a service (referred to as the Device’s entity) and applies the Firewall’s Rules to the device.

  • Currently, only Devices with an entity of type linode are accepted.

  • A Firewall can be assigned to multiple Linode instances at a time.

  • A Linode instance can have one active, assigned Firewall at a time. Additional disabled Firewalls can be assigned to a service, but they cannot be enabled if another active Firewall is already assigned to the same service.

  • A firewall_device_add Event is generated when the Firewall Device is added successfully.

Authorizations

personalAccessToken
oauthfirewall:read_write

Path Parameters

firewallIdinteger
Required

ID of the Firewall to access.

Request Body Schema

id
Required
integer

The entity’s ID

type
Required
string
Enum: linode

The entity’s type.

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Firewall Device Delete

DELETE https://api.linode.com/v4/networking/firewalls/{firewallId}/devices/{deviceId}

Removes a Firewall Device, which removes a Firewall from the Linode service it was assigned to by the Device. This will remove all of the Firewall’s Rules from the Linode service. If any other Firewalls have been assigned to the Linode service, then those Rules will remain in effect.

A firewall_device_remove Event is generated when the Firewall Device is removed successfully.

Authorizations

personalAccessToken
oauthfirewall:read_write

Path Parameters

firewallIdinteger
Required

ID of the Firewall to access.

deviceIdinteger
Required

ID of the Firewall Device to access.

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Firewall Device View

GET https://api.linode.com/v4/networking/firewalls/{firewallId}/devices/{deviceId}

Returns information for a Firewall Device, which assigns a Firewall to a Linode service (referred to as the Device’s entity). Currently, only Devices with an entity of type linode are accepted.

Authorizations

personalAccessToken
oauthfirewall:read_only

Path Parameters

firewallIdinteger
Required

ID of the Firewall to access.

deviceIdinteger
Required

ID of the Firewall Device to access.

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Firewall Rules List

GET https://api.linode.com/v4/networking/firewalls/{firewallId}/rules

Returns the inbound and outbound Rules for a Firewall.

Authorizations

personalAccessToken
oauthfirewall:read_only

Path Parameters

firewallIdinteger
Required

ID of the Firewall to access.

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Firewall Rules Update

PUT https://api.linode.com/v4/networking/firewalls/{firewallId}/rules

Updates the inbound and outbound Rules for a Firewall.

Note: This command replaces all of a Firewall’s inbound and/or outbound rulesets with the values specified in your request.

Authorizations

personalAccessToken
oauthfirewall:read_write

Path Parameters

firewallIdinteger
Required

ID of the Firewall to access.

Request Body Schema

inbound
array of objects

The inbound rules for the firewall, as a JSON array.

action
Required
string
Enum: ACCEPT DROP

Controls whether traffic is accepted or dropped by this rule. Overrides the Firewall’s inbound_policy if this is an inbound rule, or the outbound_policy if this is an outbound rule.

addresses
Required
object

Allowed IPv4 or IPv6 addresses. A Rule can have up to 255 addresses or networks listed across its IPv4 and IPv6 arrays. A network and a single IP are treated as equivalent when accounting for this limit.

ipv4
array of strings

A list of IPv4 addresses or networks. Must be in IP/mask format.

ipv6
array of strings

A list of IPv6 addresses or networks. Must be in IP/mask format.

description
string 1..100 characters

Used to describe this rule. For display purposes only.

label
string 3..32 characters

Used to identify this rule. For display purposes only.

ports
string

A string representing the port or ports on which traffic will be allowed:

  • The string may be a single port, a range of ports, or a comma-separated list of single ports and port ranges. A space is permitted following each comma.
  • A range of ports is inclusive of the start and end values for the range. The end value of the range must be greater than the start value.
  • Ports must be within 1 and 65535, and may not contain any leading zeroes. For example, port “080” is not allowed.
  • Ports may not be specified if a rule’s protocol is ICMP. At least one port must be specified if a rule’s protocol is TCP or UDP.
  • The ports string can have up to 15 pieces, where a single port is treated as one piece, and a port range is treated as two pieces. For example, the string “22-24, 80, 443” has four pieces.

protocol
Required
string
Enum: TCP UDP ICMP

The type of network traffic to allow.

inbound_policy
string
Enum: ACCEPT DROP

The default behavior for inbound traffic. This setting can be overridden by updating the inbound.action property of the Firewall Rule.

outbound
array of objects

The outbound rules for the firewall, as a JSON array.

action
Required
string
Enum: ACCEPT DROP

Controls whether traffic is accepted or dropped by this rule. Overrides the Firewall’s inbound_policy if this is an inbound rule, or the outbound_policy if this is an outbound rule.

addresses
Required
object

Allowed IPv4 or IPv6 addresses. A Rule can have up to 255 addresses or networks listed across its IPv4 and IPv6 arrays. A network and a single IP are treated as equivalent when accounting for this limit.

ipv4
array of strings

A list of IPv4 addresses or networks. Must be in IP/mask format.

ipv6
array of strings

A list of IPv6 addresses or networks. Must be in IP/mask format.

description
string 1..100 characters

Used to describe this rule. For display purposes only.

label
string 3..32 characters

Used to identify this rule. For display purposes only.

ports
string

A string representing the port or ports on which traffic will be allowed:

  • The string may be a single port, a range of ports, or a comma-separated list of single ports and port ranges. A space is permitted following each comma.
  • A range of ports is inclusive of the start and end values for the range. The end value of the range must be greater than the start value.
  • Ports must be within 1 and 65535, and may not contain any leading zeroes. For example, port “080” is not allowed.
  • Ports may not be specified if a rule’s protocol is ICMP. At least one port must be specified if a rule’s protocol is TCP or UDP.
  • The ports string can have up to 15 pieces, where a single port is treated as one piece, and a port range is treated as two pieces. For example, the string “22-24, 80, 443” has four pieces.

protocol
Required
string
Enum: TCP UDP ICMP

The type of network traffic to allow.

outbound_policy
string
Enum: ACCEPT DROP

The default behavior for outbound traffic. This setting can be overridden by updating the outbound.action property of the Firewall Rule.

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IP Addresses List

GET https://api.linode.com/v4/networking/ips

Returns a paginated list of IP Addresses on your Account, excluding private addresses.

Authorizations

personalAccessToken
oauthips:read_only

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IP Address Allocate

POST https://api.linode.com/v4/networking/ips

Allocates a new IPv4 Address on your Account. The Linode must be configured to support additional addresses - please open a support ticket requesting additional addresses before attempting allocation.

Authorizations

personalAccessToken
oauthips:read_write,linodes:read_write

Request Body Schema

linode_id
Required
integer

The ID of a Linode you you have access to that this address will be allocated to.

public
Required
boolean

Whether to create a public or private IPv4 address.

type
Required
string
Enum: ipv4

The type of address you are requesting. Only IPv4 addresses may be allocated through this endpoint.

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Linodes Assign IPs

POST https://api.linode.com/v4/networking/ips/assign

Assign multiple IPv4 addresses and/or IPv6 ranges to multiple Linodes in one Region. This allows swapping, shuffling, or otherwise reorganizing IPs to your Linodes.

The following restrictions apply:

  • All Linodes involved must have at least one public IPv4 address after assignment.
  • Linodes may have no more than one assigned private IPv4 address.
  • Linodes may have no more than one assigned IPv6 range.
  • Open a Support Ticket to request additional IPv4 addresses or IPv6 ranges.

Authorizations

personalAccessToken
oauthips:read_write,linodes:read_write

Request Body Schema

assignments
Required
array of objects

The list of assignments to make. You must have read_write access to all IPs being assigned and all Linodes being assigned to in order for the assignments to succeed.

address
Required
string <ipv4|ipv6/prefix_length>

The IPv4 address or IPv6 range for this assignment.

  • Must be an IPv4 address or an IPv6 range you can access in the Region specified.
  • IPv6 ranges must include a prefix length of /56 or /64, for example: 2001:db8:3c4d:15::/64.
  • Assignment of an IPv6 range to a Linode updates the route target of the range to the assigned Linode’s SLAAC address.
  • May be a public or private address.

linode_id
Required
integer

The ID of the Linode to assign this address to. The IP’s previous Linode will lose this address, and must end up with at least one public address and no more than one private address once all assignments have been made.

region
Required
string

The ID of the Region in which these assignments are to take place. All IPs and Linodes must exist in this Region.

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IP Addresses Share

POST https://api.linode.com/v4beta/networking/ips/share
Beta

Configure shared IPs.

IP sharing allows IP address reassignment (also referred to as IP failover) from one Linode to another if the primary Linode becomes unresponsive. This means that requests to the primary Linode’s IP address can be automatically rerouted to secondary Linodes at the configured shared IP addresses.

IP failover requires configuration of a failover service (such as Keepalived) within the internal system of the primary Linode.

Note: IPv6 range sharing has limited availability in certain regions. Please contact customer support for assistance in enabling IPv6 range sharing for your Linodes.

Authorizations

personalAccessToken
oauthips:read_write,linodes:read_write

Request Body Schema

ips
Required
array of strings

A list of secondary Linode IPs to share with the primary Linode.

  • Can include both IPv4 addresses and IPv6 ranges (omit /56 and /64 prefix lengths)
  • Can include both private and public IPv4 addresses.
  • You must have access to all of these addresses and they must be in the same Region as the primary Linode.
  • Enter an empty array to remove all shared IP addresses.

linode_id
Required
integer

The ID of the primary Linode that the addresses will be shared with.

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IP Address View

GET https://api.linode.com/v4/networking/ips/{address}

Returns information about a single IP Address on your Account.

Authorizations

personalAccessToken
oauthips:read_only

Path Parameters

addressstring <ip>
Required

The address to operate on.

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IP Address RDNS Update

PUT https://api.linode.com/v4/networking/ips/{address}

Sets RDNS on an IP Address. Forward DNS must already be set up for reverse DNS to be applied. If you set the RDNS to null for public IPv4 addresses, it will be reset to the default ip.linodeusercontent.com RDNS value.

Authorizations

personalAccessToken
oauthips:read_write

Path Parameters

addressstring <ip>
Required

The address to operate on.

Request Body Schema

rdns
string

The reverse DNS assigned to this address. For public IPv4 addresses, this will be set to a default value provided by Linode if not explicitly set.

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Linodes Assign IPv4s

POST https://api.linode.com/v4/networking/ipv4/assign

Assign multiple IPv4s to multiple Linodes in one Region. This allows swapping, shuffling, or otherwise reorganizing IPv4 Addresses to your Linodes. When the assignment is finished, all Linodes must end up with at least one public IPv4 and no more than one private IPv4. To assign IPv6 ranges or to use the CLI, see the Linodes Assign IPs ( POST /networking/ips/assign) command.

Authorizations

personalAccessToken
oauthips:read_write,linodes:read_write

Request Body Schema

assignments
Required
array of objects

The list of assignments to make. You must have read_write access to all IPs being assigned and all Linodes being assigned to in order for the assignments to succeed.

address
Required
string <ip>

Ths IP Address for this assignment. Must be a IPv4 address you can access in the Region specified. May be a public or private address.

linode_id
Required
integer

The ID of the Linode to assign this address to. The IP’s previous Linode will lose this address, and must end up with at least one public address and no more than one private address once all assignments have been made.

region
Required
string

The ID of the Region in which these assignments are to take place. All IPs and Linodes must exist in this Region.

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IPv4 Sharing Configure

POST https://api.linode.com/v4/networking/ipv4/share

Configure shared IPs. A shared IP may be brought up on a Linode other than the one it lists in its response. This can be used to allow one Linode to begin serving requests should another become unresponsive.

Authorizations

personalAccessToken
oauthips:read_write,linodes:read_write

Request Body Schema

ips
Required
array of strings

A list of IPs that will be shared with this Linode. When this is finished, the given Linode will be able to bring up these addresses in addition to the Linodes that these addresses belong to. You must have access to all of these addresses and they must be in the same Region as the Linode.

linode_id
Required
integer

The ID of the Linode that the addresses will be shared with.

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IPv6 Pools List

GET https://api.linode.com/v4/networking/ipv6/pools

Displays the IPv6 pools on your Account. A pool of IPv6 addresses are routed to all of your Linodes in a single Region. Any Linode on your Account may bring up any address in this pool at any time, with no external configuration required.

Authorizations

personalAccessToken
oauthips:read_only

Query Parameters

page
Type:
integer >= 1
Default: 1
Default:
1

The page of a collection to return.

page_size
Type:
integer 25..100
Default: 100
Default:
100

The number of items to return per page.

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IPv6 Ranges List

GET https://api.linode.com/v4/networking/ipv6/ranges

Displays the IPv6 ranges on your Account.

  • An IPv6 range is a /64 or /54 block of IPv6 addresses routed to a single Linode in a given Region.

  • Your Linode is responsible for routing individual addresses in the range, or handling traffic for all the addresses in the range.

  • Access the IPv6 Range Create ( POST /networking/ipv6/ranges) endpoint to add a /64 or /56 block of IPv6 addresses to your account.

Authorizations

personalAccessToken
oauthips:read_only

Query Parameters

page
Type:
integer >= 1
Default: 1
Default:
1

The page of a collection to return.

page_size
Type:
integer 25..100
Default: 100
Default:
100

The number of items to return per page.

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IPv6 Range Create

POST https://api.linode.com/v4/networking/ipv6/ranges

Creates an IPv6 Range and assigns it based on the provided Linode or route target IPv6 SLAAC address. See the ipv6 property when accessing the Linode View ( GET /linode/instances/{linodeId}) endpoint to view a Linode’s IPv6 SLAAC address.

  • Either linode_id or route_target is required in a request.
  • linode_id and route_target are mutually exclusive. Submitting values for both properties in a request results in an error.
  • Upon a successful request, an IPv6 range is created in the Region that corresponds to the provided linode_id or route_target.
  • Your Linode is responsible for routing individual addresses in the range, or handling traffic for all the addresses in the range.
  • Access the Linodes Assign IPs ( POST /networking/ips/assign) endpoint to re-assign IPv6 Ranges to your Linodes.

Note: The following restrictions apply:

  • A Linode can only have one IPv6 range targeting its SLAAC address.
  • An account can only have one IPv6 range in each Region.
  • Open a Support Ticket to request expansion of these restrictions.

Authorizations

personalAccessToken
oauthips:read_write,linodes:read_write

Request Body Schema

linode_id
integer

The ID of the Linode to assign this range to. The SLAAC address for the provided Linode is used as the range’s route_target.

  • Required if route_target is omitted from the request.

  • Mutually exclusive with route_target. Submitting values for both properties in a request results in an error.

prefix_length
Required
integer
Enum: 56 64

The prefix length of the IPv6 range.

route_target
string <ipv6>

The IPv6 SLAAC address to assign this range to.

  • Required if linode_id is omitted from the request.

  • Mutually exclusive with linode_id. Submitting values for both properties in a request results in an error.

  • Note: Omit the /128 prefix length of the SLAAC address when using this property.

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IPv6 Range Delete

DELETE https://api.linode.com/v4/networking/ipv6/ranges/{range}

Removes this IPv6 range from your account and disconnects the range from any assigned Linodes.

Note: Shared IPv6 ranges cannot be deleted at this time. Please contact Customer Support for assistance.

Authorizations

personalAccessToken
oauthips:read_write

Path Parameters

rangestring <ipv6>
Required

The IPv6 range to access. Corresponds to the range property of objects returned from the IPv6 Ranges List ( GET /networking/ipv6/ranges) command.

Note: Omit the prefix length of the IPv6 range.

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IPv6 Range View

GET https://api.linode.com/v4/networking/ipv6/ranges/{range}

View IPv6 range information.

Authorizations

personalAccessToken
oauthips:read

Path Parameters

rangestring <ipv6>
Required

The IPv6 range to access. Corresponds to the range property of objects returned from the IPv6 Ranges List ( GET /networking/ipv6/ranges) command.

Note: Omit the prefix length of the IPv6 range.

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VLANs List

GET https://api.linode.com/v4beta/networking/vlans
Beta

Returns a list of all Virtual Local Area Networks (VLANs) on your Account. VLANs provide a mechanism for secure communication between two or more Linodes that are assigned to the same VLAN and are both within the same Layer 2 broadcast domain.

VLANs are created and attached to Linodes by using the interfaces property for the following endpoints:

There are several ways to detach a VLAN from a Linode:

  • Update the active Configuration Profile to remove the VLAN interface, then reboot the Linode.
  • Create a new Configuration Profile without the VLAN interface, then reboot the Linode into the new Configuration Profile.
  • Delete the Linode.

Note: Only Next Generation Network (NGN) data centers support VLANs. Use the Regions ( /regions) endpoint to view the capabilities of data center regions. If a VLAN is attached to your Linode and you attempt to migrate or clone it to a non-NGN data center, the migration or cloning will not initiate. If a Linode cannot be migrated because of an incompatibility, you will be prompted to select a different data center or contact support.

Note: See our guide on Getting Started with VLANs to view additional limitations.

Authorizations

personalAccessToken
oauthlinodes:read_only

Query Parameters

page
Type:
integer >= 1
Default: 1
Default:
1

The page of a collection to return.

page_size
Type:
integer 25..100
Default: 100
Default:
100

The number of items to return per page.

Request Samples

Response Samples

Responses