gcloud compute firewall-rules create

NAME
gcloud compute firewall-rules create - create a Compute Engine firewall rule
SYNOPSIS
gcloud compute firewall-rules create NAME (--action=ACTION     | --allow=PROTOCOL[:PORT[-PORT]],[…]) [--description=DESCRIPTION] [--destination-ranges=CIDR_RANGE,[CIDR_RANGE,…]] [--direction=DIRECTION] [--disabled] [--[no-]enable-logging] [--logging-metadata=LOGGING_METADATA] [--network=NETWORK; default="default"] [--priority=PRIORITY] [--rules=PROTOCOL[:PORT[-PORT]],[…]] [--source-ranges=CIDR_RANGE,[CIDR_RANGE,…]] [--source-service-accounts=EMAIL,[EMAIL,…]] [--source-tags=TAG,[TAG,…]] [--target-service-accounts=EMAIL,[EMAIL,…]] [--target-tags=TAG,[TAG,…]] [GCLOUD_WIDE_FLAG]
DESCRIPTION
gcloud compute firewall-rules create is used to create firewall rules to allow/deny incoming/outgoing traffic.
EXAMPLES
To create a firewall rule allowing incoming TCP traffic on port 8080, run:
gcloud compute firewall-rules create FooService --allow=tcp:8080
    --description="Allow incoming traffic on TCP port 8080" --direction=INGRESS

To create a firewall rule that allows TCP traffic through port 80 and determines a list of specific IP address blocks that are allowed to make inbound connections, run:

gcloud compute firewall-rules create "tcp-rule" --allow=tcp:80
    --source-ranges="10.0.0.0/22,10.0.0.0/14" --description="Narrowing TCP traffic"

To list existing firewall rules, run:

gcloud compute firewall-rules list

For more detailed examples see https://cloud.google.com/vpc/docs/using-firewalls

POSITIONAL ARGUMENTS
NAME
Name of the firewall rule to create.
REQUIRED FLAGS
Exactly one of these must be specified:
--action=ACTION
The action for the firewall rule: whether to allow or deny matching traffic. If specified, the flag --rules must also be specified. ACTION must be one of: ALLOW, DENY.
--allow=PROTOCOL[:PORT[-PORT]],[…]
A list of protocols and ports whose traffic will be allowed.

The protocols allowed over this connection. This can be the (case-sensitive) string values tcp, udp, icmp, esp, ah, sctp, or any IP protocol number. An IP-based protocol must be specified for each rule. The rule applies only to specified protocol.

For port-based protocols - tcp, udp, and sctp - a list of destination ports or port ranges to which the rule applies may optionally be specified. If no port or port range is specified, the rule applies to all destination ports.

The ICMP protocol is supported, but there is no support for configuring ICMP packet filtering by ICMP code.

For example, to create a rule that allows TCP traffic through port 80 and ICMP traffic:

gcloud compute firewall-rules create MY-RULE --allow tcp:80,icmp

To create a rule that allows TCP traffic from port 20000 to 25000:

gcloud compute firewall-rules create MY-RULE --allow tcp:20000-25000

To create a rule that allows all TCP traffic:

gcloud compute firewall-rules create MY-RULE --allow tcp
OPTIONAL FLAGS
--description=DESCRIPTION
A textual description for the firewall rule.
--destination-ranges=CIDR_RANGE,[CIDR_RANGE,…]
The firewall rule will apply to traffic that has destination IP address in these IP address block list. The IP address blocks must be specified in CIDR format: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classless_Inter-Domain_Routing.

If --destination-ranges is NOT provided, then this flag will default to 0.0.0.0/0, allowing all IPv4 destinations. Multiple IP address blocks can be specified if they are separated by commas.

--direction=DIRECTION
If direction is NOT specified, then default is to apply on incoming traffic. For incoming traffic, it is NOT supported to specify destination-ranges; For outbound traffic, it is NOT supported to specify source-ranges or source-tags.

For convenience, 'IN' can be used to represent ingress direction and 'OUT' can be used to represent egress direction.

DIRECTION must be one of: INGRESS, EGRESS, IN, OUT.

--disabled
Disable a firewall rule and stop it from being enforced in the network. If a firewall rule is disabled, the associated network behaves as if the rule did not exist. To enable a disabled rule, use:
gcloud compute firewall-rules update MY-RULE --no-disabled

Firewall rules are enabled by default.

--[no-]enable-logging
Enable logging for the firewall rule. Logs will be exported to StackDriver. Firewall logging is disabled by default. To enable logging for an existing rule, run:
gcloud compute firewall-rules create MY-RULE --enable-logging

To disable logging on an existing rule, run:

gcloud compute firewall-rules create MY-RULE --no-enable-logging

Use --enable-logging to enable and --no-enable-logging to disable.

--logging-metadata=LOGGING_METADATA
Adds or removes metadata fields to or from the reported firewall logs. Can only be specified if --enable-logging is true. LOGGING_METADATA must be one of: exclude-all, include-all.
--network=NETWORK; default="default"
The network to which this rule is attached. If omitted, the rule is attached to the default network.
--priority=PRIORITY
This is an integer between 0 and 65535, both inclusive. When NOT specified, the value assumed is 1000. Relative priority determines precedence of conflicting rules: lower priority values imply higher precedence. DENY rules take precedence over ALLOW rules having equal priority.
--rules=PROTOCOL[:PORT[-PORT]],[…]
A list of protocols and ports to which the firewall rule will apply.

PROTOCOL is the IP protocol whose traffic will be checked. PROTOCOL can be either the name of a well-known protocol (e.g., tcp or icmp) or the IP protocol number. A list of IP protocols can be found at http://www.iana.org/assignments/protocol-numbers/protocol-numbers.xhtml

A port or port range can be specified after PROTOCOL to which the firewall rule apply on traffic through specific ports. If no port or port range is specified, connections through all ranges are applied. TCP and UDP rules must include a port or port range.

If specified, the flag --action must also be specified.

For example, the following will create a rule that blocks TCP traffic through port 80 and ICMP traffic:

gcloud compute firewall-rules create MY-RULE --action deny --rules tcp:80,icmp
--source-ranges=CIDR_RANGE,[CIDR_RANGE,…]
A list of IP address blocks that are allowed to make inbound connections that match the firewall rule to the instances on the network. The IP address blocks must be specified in CIDR format: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classless_Inter-Domain_Routing.

If neither --source-ranges nor --source-tags are specified, --source-ranges defaults to 0.0.0.0/0, which means that the rule applies to all incoming IPv4 connections from inside or outside the network. If both --source-ranges and --source-tags are specified, the rule matches if either the range of the source matches --source-ranges or the tag of the source matches --source-tags.

Multiple IP address blocks can be specified if they are separated by commas.

--source-service-accounts=EMAIL,[EMAIL,…]
The email of a service account indicating the set of instances on the network which match a traffic source in the firewall rule.

If a source service account is specified then neither source tags nor target tags can also be specified.

--source-tags=TAG,[TAG,…]
A list of instance tags indicating the set of instances on the network to which the rule applies if all other fields match. If neither --source-ranges nor --source-tags are specified, --source-ranges defaults to 0.0.0.0/0, which means that the rule applies to all incoming IPv4 connections from inside or outside the network.

If both --source-ranges and --source-tags are specified, an inbound connection is allowed if either the range of the source matches --source-ranges or the tag of the source matches --source-tags.

Tags can be assigned to instances during instance creation.

If source tags are specified then neither a source nor target service account can also be specified.

--target-service-accounts=EMAIL,[EMAIL,…]
The email of a service account indicating the set of instances to which firewall rules apply. If both target tags and target service account are omitted, the firewall rule is applied to all instances on the network.

If a target service account is specified then neither source tag nor target tags can also be specified.

--target-tags=TAG,[TAG,…]
List of instance tags indicating the set of instances on the network which may accept connections that match the firewall rule. Note that tags can be assigned to instances during instance creation.

If target tags are specified, then neither a source nor target service account can also be specified.

If both target tags and target service account are omitted, all instances on the network can receive connections that match the rule.

GCLOUD WIDE FLAGS
These flags are available to all commands: --access-token-file, --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
These variants are also available:
gcloud alpha compute firewall-rules create
gcloud beta compute firewall-rules create