Gets the IP ranges associated with Azure regions in CIDR format for all public regions.
Authored by Kieran Jacobsen
The easiest way to get AzurePublicIPAddresses is using the PowerShell Gallery!
Inspecting the module
Best practice is that you inspect modules prior to installing them. You can do this by saving the module to a local path:
PS> Save-Module -Name AzurePublicIPAddresses -Path <path>
Installing the module
Once you trust a module, you can install it using:
PS> Install-Module -Name AzurePublicIPAddresses
Once installed from the PowerShell Gallery, you can update it using:
PS> Update-Module -Name AzurePublicIPAddresses
To remove AzurePublicIPAddresses:
PS> Uninstall-Module -Name AzurePublicIPAddresses
Contributing to AzurePublicIPAddresses
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This project is maintains a Code of Conduct that establishes how the project is governed and how everyone involved is expected to behave. You can report unacceptable behavior to email@example.com.
A detailed release history is contained in the Change Log.
AzurePublicIPAddresses is provided under the MIT license.