amazon.aws.ec2_vpc_route_table_info module – Gather information about ec2 VPC route tables in AWS

Note

This module is part of the amazon.aws collection (version 4.2.0).

You might already have this collection installed if you are using the ansible package. It is not included in ansible-core. To check whether it is installed, run ansible-galaxy collection list.

To install it, use: ansible-galaxy collection install amazon.aws. You need further requirements to be able to use this module, see Requirements for details.

To use it in a playbook, specify: amazon.aws.ec2_vpc_route_table_info.

New in version amazon.aws: 1.0.0

Synopsis

  • Gather information about ec2 VPC route tables in AWS

Requirements

The below requirements are needed on the host that executes this module.

  • python >= 3.6

  • boto3 >= 1.17.0

  • botocore >= 1.20.0

Parameters

Parameter

Comments

aws_access_key

aliases: ec2_access_key, access_key

string

AWS access key. If not set then the value of the AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID, AWS_ACCESS_KEY or EC2_ACCESS_KEY environment variable is used.

The aws_access_key and profile options are mutually exclusive.

aws_ca_bundle

path

The location of a CA Bundle to use when validating SSL certificates.

Note: The CA Bundle is read ‘module’ side and may need to be explicitly copied from the controller if not run locally.

aws_config

dictionary

A dictionary to modify the botocore configuration.

Parameters can be found at https://botocore.amazonaws.com/v1/documentation/api/latest/reference/config.html#botocore.config.Config.

aws_secret_key

aliases: ec2_secret_key, secret_key

string

AWS secret key. If not set then the value of the AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY, AWS_SECRET_KEY, or EC2_SECRET_KEY environment variable is used.

The aws_secret_key and profile options are mutually exclusive.

debug_botocore_endpoint_logs

boolean

Use a botocore.endpoint logger to parse the unique (rather than total) “resource:action” API calls made during a task, outputing the set to the resource_actions key in the task results. Use the aws_resource_action callback to output to total list made during a playbook. The ANSIBLE_DEBUG_BOTOCORE_LOGS environment variable may also be used.

Choices:

  • false ← (default)

  • true

ec2_url

aliases: aws_endpoint_url, endpoint_url

string

URL to use to connect to EC2 or your Eucalyptus cloud (by default the module will use EC2 endpoints). Ignored for modules where region is required. Must be specified for all other modules if region is not used. If not set then the value of the EC2_URL environment variable, if any, is used.

filters

dictionary

A dict of filters to apply. Each dict item consists of a filter key and a filter value. See https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest/APIReference/API_DescribeRouteTables.html for possible filters.

profile

aliases: aws_profile

string

The profile option is mutually exclusive with the aws_access_key, aws_secret_key and security_token options.

region

aliases: aws_region, ec2_region

string

The AWS region to use. If not specified then the value of the AWS_REGION or EC2_REGION environment variable, if any, is used. See http://docs.aws.amazon.com/general/latest/gr/rande.html#ec2_region

security_token

aliases: aws_session_token, session_token, aws_security_token, access_token

string

AWS STS security token. If not set then the value of the AWS_SECURITY_TOKEN or EC2_SECURITY_TOKEN environment variable is used.

The security_token and profile options are mutually exclusive.

Aliases aws_session_token and session_token have been added in version 3.2.0.

validate_certs

boolean

When set to “no”, SSL certificates will not be validated for communication with the AWS APIs.

Choices:

  • false

  • true ← (default)

Notes

Note

  • If parameters are not set within the module, the following environment variables can be used in decreasing order of precedence AWS_URL or EC2_URL, AWS_PROFILE or AWS_DEFAULT_PROFILE, AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID or AWS_ACCESS_KEY or EC2_ACCESS_KEY, AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY or AWS_SECRET_KEY or EC2_SECRET_KEY, AWS_SECURITY_TOKEN or EC2_SECURITY_TOKEN, AWS_REGION or EC2_REGION, AWS_CA_BUNDLE

  • When no credentials are explicitly provided the AWS SDK (boto3) that Ansible uses will fall back to its configuration files (typically ~/.aws/credentials). See https://boto3.amazonaws.com/v1/documentation/api/latest/guide/credentials.html for more information.

  • AWS_REGION or EC2_REGION can be typically be used to specify the AWS region, when required, but this can also be defined in the configuration files.

Examples

# Note: These examples do not set authentication details, see the AWS Guide for details.

- name: Gather information about all VPC route tables
  amazon.aws.ec2_vpc_route_table_info:

- name: Gather information about a particular VPC route table using route table ID
  amazon.aws.ec2_vpc_route_table_info:
    filters:
      route-table-id: rtb-00112233

- name: Gather information about any VPC route table with a tag key Name and value Example
  amazon.aws.ec2_vpc_route_table_info:
    filters:
      "tag:Name": Example

- name: Gather information about any VPC route table within VPC with ID vpc-abcdef00
  amazon.aws.ec2_vpc_route_table_info:
    filters:
      vpc-id: vpc-abcdef00

Return Values

Common return values are documented here, the following are the fields unique to this module:

Key

Description

route_tables

complex

associations

complex

List of associations between the route table and one or more subnets or a gateway.

Returned: always

association_state

complex

The state of the association.

Returned: always

state

string

The state of the association.

Returned: always

Sample: “associated”

state_message

string

Additional information about the state of the association.

Returned: when available

Sample: “Creating association”

gateway_id

string

ID of the internet gateway or virtual private gateway.

Returned: when route table is a gateway route table

Sample: “igw-03312309”

main

boolean

Whether this is the main route table.

Returned: always

Sample: false

route_table_association_id

string

ID of association between route table and subnet.

Returned: always

Sample: “rtbassoc-ab47cfc3”

route_table_id

string

ID of the route table.

Returned: always

Sample: “rtb-bf779ed7”

subnet_id

string

ID of the subnet.

Returned: when route table is a subnet route table

Sample: “subnet-82055af9”

id

string

ID of the route table (same as route_table_id for backwards compatibility).

Returned: always

Sample: “rtb-bf779ed7”

owner_id

string

ID of the account which owns the route table.

Returned: always

Sample: “012345678912”

propagating_vgws

list / elements=string

List of Virtual Private Gateways propagating routes.

Returned: always

Sample: []

route_table_id

string

ID of the route table.

Returned: always

Sample: “rtb-bf779ed7”

routes

complex

List of routes in the route table.

Returned: always

destination_cidr_block

string

CIDR block of destination.

Returned: always

Sample: “10.228.228.0/22”

gateway_id

string

ID of the gateway.

Returned: when gateway is local or internet gateway

Sample: “local”

instance_id

string

ID of a NAT instance.

Empty unless the route is via an EC2 instance.

Returned: always

Sample: “i-abcd123456789”

instance_owner_id

string

AWS account owning the NAT instance.

Empty unless the route is via an EC2 instance.

Returned: always

Sample: “123456789012”

nat_gateway_id

string

ID of the NAT gateway.

Returned: when the route is via a NAT gateway.

Sample: “local”

network_interface_id

string

The ID of the network interface.

Empty unless the route is via an EC2 instance.

Returned: always

Sample: “123456789012”

origin

string

mechanism through which the route is in the table.

Returned: always

Sample: “CreateRouteTable”

state

string

state of the route.

Returned: always

Sample: “active”

tags

dictionary

Tags applied to the route table.

Returned: always

Sample: {“Name”: “Public route table”, “Public”: “true”}

vpc_id

string

ID for the VPC in which the route lives.

Returned: always

Sample: “vpc-6e2d2407”

Authors

  • Rob White (@wimnat)

  • Mark Chappell (@tremble)