metalctl network create

creates the network

metalctl network create [flags]


      --bulk-output                    when used with --file (bulk operation): prints results at the end as a list. default is printing results intermediately during the operation, which causes single entities to be printed in a row.
  -d, --description string             description of the network to create. [optional]
      --destination-prefixes strings   destination prefixes in this network.
  -f, --file string                    filename of the create or update request in yaml format, or - for stdin.
                                       $ metalctl network describe network-1 -o yaml > network.yaml
                                       $ vi network.yaml
                                       $ # either via stdin
                                       $ cat network.yaml | metalctl network create -f -
                                       $ # or via file
                                       $ metalctl network create -f network.yaml
                                       the file can also contain multiple documents and perform a bulk operation.
  -h, --help                           help for create
      --id string                      id of the network to create. [optional]
      --labels strings                 add initial labels, must be in the form of key=value, use it like: --labels "key1=value1,key2=value2".
  -n, --name string                    name of the network to create. [optional]
      --nat                            set nat flag of network, if set to true, traffic from this network will be natted.
  -p, --partition string               partition where this network should exist.
      --prefixes strings               prefixes in this network.
      --privatesuper                   set private super flag of network, if set to true, this network is used to start machines there.
      --project string                 project of the network to create. [optional]
      --skip-security-prompts          skips security prompt for bulk operations
      --timestamps                     when used with --file (bulk operation): prints timestamps in-between the operations
      --underlay                       set underlay flag of network, if set to true, this is used to transport underlay network traffic
      --vrf int                        vrf of this network
      --vrfshared                      vrf shared allows multiple networks to share a vrf

Options inherited from parent commands

      --api-token string       api token to authenticate. Can be specified with METALCTL_API_TOKEN environment variable.
      --api-url string         api server address. Can be specified with METALCTL_API_URL environment variable.
  -c, --config string          alternative config file path, (default is ~/.metalctl/config.yaml).
                               Example config.yaml:
                               apitoken: "alongtoken"
      --debug                  debug output
      --force-color            force colored output even without tty
      --kubeconfig string      Path to the kube-config to use for authentication and authorization. Is updated by login. Uses default path if not specified.
      --no-headers             do not print headers of table output format (default print headers)
  -o, --output-format string   output format (table|wide|markdown|json|yaml|template), wide is a table with more columns. (default "table")
      --template string        output template for template output-format, go template format.
                               For property names inspect the output of -o json or -o yaml for reference.
                               Example for machines:
                               metalctl machine list -o template --template "{{ .id }}:{{  }}"
      --yes-i-really-mean-it   skips security prompts (which can be dangerous to set blindly because actions can lead to data loss or additional costs)