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What command to see which security group appplies to a network?

asked 2015-09-03 16:07:28 -0500

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What is the command to see the neutron security group that governs a given neutron network? I know about the network. I know about the security groups. I just cannot find which security group applies to my network.

I did a neutron net-show on a network. I see the ID, subnets value, and tenant_id.

I did a neutron security-group-list. I then did a neutron security-group-list on each ID from the neutron security-group-list value. But I do not know which security group is protecting a given network I want to learn more about.

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answered 2015-09-03 16:18:32 -0500

updated 2015-09-04 02:05:45 -0500

Hi, Security groups are not associated with networks. You just associate it with instances. You can create various security groups in your tenant, and create various instances on the same network and the traffic will be filtered by vm-securitygroup, so the other instances in the same network can have different security group rules.

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