Method: services.validate

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Service producers use this method to validate if the consumer provided network, project and requested range are valid. This allows them to use a fail-fast mechanism for consumer requests, and not have to wait for services.addSubnetwork operation completion to determine if user request is invalid.

HTTP request

POST https://servicenetworking.googleapis.com/v1/{parent=services/*}:validate

The URL uses gRPC Transcoding syntax.

Path parameters

Parameters
parent

string

Required. This is in a form services/{service} where {service} is the name of the private access management service. For example 'service-peering.example.com'.

Authorization requires the following IAM permission on the specified resource parent:

  • servicenetworking.services.addSubnetwork

Request body

The request body contains data with the following structure:

JSON representation
{
  "consumerNetwork": string,
  "validateNetwork": boolean,
  "consumerProject": {
    object (ConsumerProject)
  },
  "rangeReservation": {
    object (RangeReservation)
  },
  "checkServiceNetworkingUsePermission": boolean
}
Fields
consumerNetwork

string

Required. The network that the consumer is using to connect with services. Must be in the form of projects/{project}/global/networks/{network} {project} is a project number, as in '12345' {network} is network name.

validateNetwork

boolean

The validations will be performed in the order listed in the ValidationError enum. The first failure will return. If a validation is not requested, then the next one will be performed. SERVICE_NETWORKING_NOT_ENABLED and NETWORK_NOT_PEERED checks are performed for all requests where validation is requested. NETWORK_NOT_FOUND and NETWORK_DISCONNECTED checks are done for requests that have validateNetwork set to true.

consumerProject

object (ConsumerProject)

NETWORK_NOT_IN_CONSUMERS_PROJECT, NETWORK_NOT_IN_CONSUMERS_HOST_PROJECT, and HOST_PROJECT_NOT_FOUND are done when consumerProject is provided.

rangeReservation

object (RangeReservation)

RANGES_EXHAUSTED, RANGES_EXHAUSTED, and RANGES_DELETED_LATER are done when rangeReservation is provided.

checkServiceNetworkingUsePermission

boolean

Optional. The IAM permission check determines whether the consumer project has 'servicenetworking.services.use' permission or not.

Response body

If successful, the response body contains data with the following structure:

JSON representation
{
  "isValid": boolean,
  "validationError": enum (ValidationError),
  "existingSubnetworkCandidates": [
    {
      object (Subnetwork)
    }
  ]
}
Fields
isValid

boolean

Indicates whether all the requested validations passed.

validationError

enum (ValidationError)

The first validation which failed.

existingSubnetworkCandidates[]

object (Subnetwork)

List of subnetwork candidates from the request which exist with the ipCidrRange, secondary_ip_cider_ranges, and outsideAllocation fields set.

Authorization Scopes

Requires one of the following OAuth scopes:

  • https://www.googleapis.com/auth/service.management
  • https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform

For more information, see the Authentication Overview.

ConsumerProject

Represents a consumer project.

JSON representation
{
  "projectNum": string
}
Fields
projectNum

string (int64 format)

Required. Project number of the consumer that is launching the service instance. It can own the network that is peered with Google or, be a service project in an XPN where the host project has the network.

RangeReservation

Represents a range reservation.

JSON representation
{
  "ipPrefixLength": integer,
  "secondaryRangeIpPrefixLengths": [
    integer
  ],
  "requestedRanges": [
    string
  ],
  "subnetworkCandidates": [
    {
      object (Subnetwork)
    }
  ]
}
Fields
ipPrefixLength

integer

Required. The size of the desired subnet. Use usual CIDR range notation. For example, '30' to find unused x.x.x.x/30 CIDR range. The goal is to determine if one of the allocated ranges has enough free space for a subnet of the requested size.

secondaryRangeIpPrefixLengths[]

integer

Optional. The size of the desired secondary ranges for the subnet. Use usual CIDR range notation. For example, '30' to find unused x.x.x.x/30 CIDR range. The goal is to determine that the allocated ranges have enough free space for all the requested secondary ranges.

requestedRanges[]

string

Optional. The name of one or more allocated IP address ranges associated with this private service access connection. If no range names are provided all ranges associated with this connection will be considered. If a CIDR range with the specified IP prefix length is not available within these ranges the validation fails.

subnetworkCandidates[]

object (Subnetwork)

Optional. List of subnetwork candidates to validate. The required input fields are name, network, and region. Subnetworks from this list which exist will be returned in the response with the ipCidrRange, secondary_ip_cider_ranges, and outsideAllocation fields set.

Subnetwork

Represents a subnet that was created or discovered by a private access management service.

JSON representation
{
  "name": string,
  "ipCidrRange": string,
  "network": string,
  "outsideAllocation": boolean,
  "secondaryIpRanges": [
    {
      object (SecondaryIpRange)
    }
  ],
  "region": string
}
Fields
name

string

Subnetwork name. See https://cloud.google.com/compute/docs/vpc/

ipCidrRange

string

Subnetwork CIDR range in 10.x.x.x/y format.

network

string

In the Shared VPC host project, the VPC network that's peered with the consumer network. For example: projects/1234321/global/networks/host-network

outsideAllocation

boolean

This is a discovered subnet that is not within the current consumer allocated ranges.

secondaryIpRanges[]

object (SecondaryIpRange)

List of secondary IP ranges in this subnetwork.

region

string

GCP region where the subnetwork is located.

SecondaryIpRange

JSON representation
{
  "rangeName": string,
  "ipCidrRange": string
}
Fields
rangeName

string

Name of the secondary IP range.

ipCidrRange

string

Secondary IP CIDR range in x.x.x.x/y format.

ValidationError

Enums
VALIDATION_ERROR_UNSPECIFIED
VALIDATION_NOT_REQUESTED In case none of the validations are requested.
SERVICE_NETWORKING_NOT_ENABLED
NETWORK_NOT_FOUND The network provided by the consumer does not exist.
NETWORK_NOT_PEERED The network has not been peered with the producer org.
NETWORK_PEERING_DELETED The peering was created and later deleted.
NETWORK_NOT_IN_CONSUMERS_PROJECT The network is a regular VPC but the network is not in the consumer's project.
NETWORK_NOT_IN_CONSUMERS_HOST_PROJECT The consumer project is a service project, and network is a shared VPC, but the network is not in the host project of this consumer project.
HOST_PROJECT_NOT_FOUND The host project associated with the consumer project was not found.
CONSUMER_PROJECT_NOT_SERVICE_PROJECT The consumer project is not a service project for the specified host project.
RANGES_EXHAUSTED The reserved IP ranges do not have enough space to create a subnet of desired size.
RANGES_NOT_RESERVED The IP ranges were not reserved.
RANGES_DELETED_LATER The IP ranges were reserved but deleted later.
COMPUTE_API_NOT_ENABLED The consumer project does not have the compute api enabled.
USE_PERMISSION_NOT_FOUND The consumer project does not have the permission from the host project.