gcloud alpha dns response-policies rules update

NAME
gcloud alpha dns response-policies rules update - updates a new Cloud DNS response policy rule
SYNOPSIS
gcloud alpha dns response-policies rules update (RESPONSE_POLICY_RULE : --response-policy=RESPONSE_POLICY) [--behavior=BEHAVIOR] [--dns-name=DNS_NAME] [--local-data=[LOCAL_DATA,…]] [GCLOUD_WIDE_FLAG]
DESCRIPTION
(ALPHA) This command updates a new Cloud DNS response policy rule.
EXAMPLES
To update a new response policy rule with DNS name, run:
gcloud alpha dns response-policies rules update  myresponsepolicyrule --response-policy="myresponsepolicy"  --dns-name="www.newzone.com." # pylint: disable=line-too-long

To update a new response policy rule with local data rrsets, run:

gcloud alpha dns response-policies rules update  myresponsepolicyrule --response-policy="myresponsepolicy"  --local-data=name=www.zone.com.,type=A,ttl=21600,rrdatas=1.2.3.4

To update a new response policy rule with behavior, run:

gcloud alpha dns response-policies rules update  myresponsepolicyrule --response-policy="myresponsepolicy"  --behavior=bypassResponsePolicy
POSITIONAL ARGUMENTS
Response policy rule resource - The response policy rule to update. The arguments in this group can be used to specify the attributes of this resource. (NOTE) Some attributes are not given arguments in this group but can be set in other ways. To set the project attribute:
  • provide the argument response_policy_rule on the command line with a fully specified name;
  • set the property core/project.

This must be specified.

RESPONSE_POLICY_RULE
ID of the response_policy_rule or fully qualified identifier for the response_policy_rule. To set the response-policy-rule attribute:
  • provide the argument response_policy_rule on the command line.

This positional must be specified if any of the other arguments in this group are specified.

--response-policy=RESPONSE_POLICY
The Cloud DNS response policy name response_policy_rule. To set the response-policy attribute:
  • provide the argument response_policy_rule on the command line with a fully specified name;
  • provide the argument --response-policy on the command line.
FLAGS
--behavior=BEHAVIOR
The response policy rule query behavior. BEHAVIOR must be (currently only one value is supported): bypassresponsepolicy.
--dns-name=DNS_NAME
DNS name (wildcard or exact) to apply this rule to.
--local-data=[LOCAL_DATA,…]
All resource record sets for this selector, one per resource record type. The name must match the dns_name.

This is a repeated argument that can be specified multiple times to specify multiple local data rrsets. (e.g. --local-data=name="zone.com.",type="A",ttl=21600,rrdata="1.2.3.4 " --local-data=name="www.zone.com.",type="CNAME",ttl=21600,rrdata="1.2.3.4|5.6.7.8")

name
The DnsName of a resource record set.
type
Type of all resource records in this set. For example, A, AAAA, SOA, MX, NS, TXT …
ttl
Number of seconds that this ResourceRecordSet can be cached by resolvers.
rrdatas
The list of datas for this record, split by "|".
GCLOUD WIDE FLAGS
These flags are available to all commands: --account, --billing-project, --configuration, --flags-file, --flatten, --format, --help, --impersonate-service-account, --log-http, --project, --quiet, --trace-token, --user-output-enabled, --verbosity.

Run $ gcloud help for details.

NOTES
This command is currently in ALPHA and may change without notice. If this command fails with API permission errors despite specifying the right project, you may be trying to access an API with an invitation-only early access allowlist. This variant is also available:
gcloud beta dns response-policies rules update