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[ aws . route53resolver ]

delete-resolver-rule

Description

Deletes a Resolver rule. Before you can delete a Resolver rule, you must disassociate it from all the VPCs that you associated the Resolver rule with. For more information, see DisassociateResolverRule .

See also: AWS API Documentation

See 'aws help' for descriptions of global parameters.

Synopsis

  delete-resolver-rule
--resolver-rule-id <value>
[--cli-input-json <value>]
[--generate-cli-skeleton <value>]

Options

--resolver-rule-id (string)

The ID of the Resolver rule that you want to delete.

--cli-input-json (string) Performs service operation based on the JSON string provided. The JSON string follows the format provided by --generate-cli-skeleton. If other arguments are provided on the command line, the CLI values will override the JSON-provided values. It is not possible to pass arbitrary binary values using a JSON-provided value as the string will be taken literally.

--generate-cli-skeleton (string) Prints a JSON skeleton to standard output without sending an API request. If provided with no value or the value input, prints a sample input JSON that can be used as an argument for --cli-input-json. If provided with the value output, it validates the command inputs and returns a sample output JSON for that command.

See 'aws help' for descriptions of global parameters.

Examples

To delete a Resolver rule

The following delete-resolver-rule example deletes the specified rule.

Note If a rule is associated with any VPCs, you must first disassociate the rule from the VPCs before you can delete it.

aws route53resolver delete-resolver-rule \
    --resolver-rule-id rslvr-rr-5b3809426bexample

Output:

{
    "ResolverRule": {
        "Id": "rslvr-rr-5b3809426bexample",
        "CreatorRequestId": "2020-01-03-18:47",
        "Arn": "arn:aws:route53resolver:us-west-2:111122223333:resolver-rule/rslvr-rr-5b3809426bexample",
        "DomainName": "zenith.example.com.",
        "Status": "DELETING",
        "StatusMessage": "[Trace id: 1-5dc5e05b-602e67b052cb74f05example] Deleting Resolver Rule.",
        "RuleType": "FORWARD",
        "Name": "my-resolver-rule",
        "TargetIps": [
            {
                "Ip": "192.0.2.50",
                "Port": 53
            }
        ],
        "ResolverEndpointId": "rslvr-out-d5e5920e3example",
        "OwnerId": "111122223333",
        "ShareStatus": "NOT_SHARED"
    }
}

Output

ResolverRule -> (structure)

Information about the DeleteResolverRule request, including the status of the request.

Id -> (string)

The ID that Resolver assigned to the Resolver rule when you created it.

CreatorRequestId -> (string)

A unique string that you specified when you created the Resolver rule. CreatorRequestId identifies the request and allows failed requests to be retried without the risk of executing the operation twice.

Arn -> (string)

The ARN (Amazon Resource Name) for the Resolver rule specified by Id .

DomainName -> (string)

DNS queries for this domain name are forwarded to the IP addresses that are specified in TargetIps . If a query matches multiple Resolver rules (example.com and www.example.com), the query is routed using the Resolver rule that contains the most specific domain name (www.example.com).

Status -> (string)

A code that specifies the current status of the Resolver rule.

StatusMessage -> (string)

A detailed description of the status of a Resolver rule.

RuleType -> (string)

When you want to forward DNS queries for specified domain name to resolvers on your network, specify FORWARD .

When you have a forwarding rule to forward DNS queries for a domain to your network and you want Resolver to process queries for a subdomain of that domain, specify SYSTEM .

For example, to forward DNS queries for example.com to resolvers on your network, you create a rule and specify FORWARD for RuleType . To then have Resolver process queries for apex.example.com, you create a rule and specify SYSTEM for RuleType .

Currently, only Resolver can create rules that have a value of RECURSIVE for RuleType .

Name -> (string)

The name for the Resolver rule, which you specified when you created the Resolver rule.

TargetIps -> (list)

An array that contains the IP addresses and ports that an outbound endpoint forwards DNS queries to. Typically, these are the IP addresses of DNS resolvers on your network. Specify IPv4 addresses. IPv6 is not supported.

(structure)

In a CreateResolverRule request, an array of the IPs that you want to forward DNS queries to.

Ip -> (string)

One IP address that you want to forward DNS queries to. You can specify only IPv4 addresses.

Port -> (integer)

The port at Ip that you want to forward DNS queries to.

ResolverEndpointId -> (string)

The ID of the endpoint that the rule is associated with.

OwnerId -> (string)

When a rule is shared with another AWS account, the account ID of the account that the rule is shared with.

ShareStatus -> (string)

Whether the rules is shared and, if so, whether the current account is sharing the rule with another account, or another account is sharing the rule with the current account.

CreationTime -> (string)

The date and time that the Resolver rule was created, in Unix time format and Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).

ModificationTime -> (string)

The date and time that the Resolver rule was last updated, in Unix time format and Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).