azureIPs: Gives unallocated Azure ips.
Azure Vacant IPs
This package gives you the list of private ip address that are not allocated to any resource. This helps in below scenario. If you want to make an ip static in azure you need to specify the IPs, this means you have to manage the IPs by yourself. This package helps you by getting you the list of IPs that are not allocated and this saves you from cumbersome process of keeping track of IP addresses allowed.
Creating Network interfaces with dynamic ip is easy but for static ip address you need the ip that is not allocated.
Usage and how it works.
pip install azureips
You can import it to use it with your python program.
Importing in python application
from azureips.vacant_ips import VacantIP vacant_ips = VacantIP(client_id, client_secret, subscription_id, tenant_id, token_url, base_url, api_version, subnet, vnet, resource_group, count) vacant_ips.get_vacant_ips() #base_url, api_version and token_url can be empty strings.
This will return an array of ips
client_id : Client id of the app generated in service principle
client_secret : Client Secret obtained from app
token_url: Not required
base_url: Not required
api_version: Not required
subnet: Subnet to search for unallocated IP
vnet: Vnet to which the subnet belongs
resource_group: Resource group in which vnet is present
count: Number of IPs that you want as output
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