removeNasVolumeAccessControl
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removeNasVolumeAccessControl

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Can be used in a VPC environment.

Overview

Remove the access control set by using a server instance number from a NAS volume instance whose volume allotment protocol is NFS.
You can view the access control permissions that have been set up through the getNasVolumeAccessControlRuleList action.

Request

Request parameter

Parameter name Requirement status Type Restrictions Description
regionCode No String - Region code
You can decide the region of the NAS volume instance from which access control will be removed.
You can obtain regionCode through the getRegionList action.
Default: Selects the first region of the getRegionList search results.
nasVolumeInstanceNo Yes String - NAS volume instance number from which access control will be removed
You can obtain nasVolumeInstanceNo through the getNasVolumeInstanceList action.
Access control can only be set up for the NAS volume instances whose volume allocation protocol type is NFS.
serverInstanceNoList.N Yes List - List of the server instance numbers to be removed from the access control
You can obtain serverInstanceNo through the getServerInstanceList action.
E.g., serverInstanceNoList.1=1234&serverInstanceNoList.2=2345
responseFormatType No String - Format type of the response result
Options: xml | json
Default: xml

Response

Response body

Examples

Request examples

GET {API_URL}/vnas/v2/removeNasVolumeAccessControl
?regionCode=KR
&nasVolumeInstanceNo=***3901
&serverInstanceNoList.1=***4299

Response examples

<removeNasVolumeAccessControlResponse>
  <requestId>d723a1d8-6f78-47f0-86d1-e353e0365110</requestId>
  <returnCode>0</returnCode>
  <returnMessage>success</returnMessage>
  <totalRows>1</totalRows>
  <nasVolumeInstanceList>
    <nasVolumeInstance>
      <nasVolumeInstanceNo>***3901</nasVolumeInstanceNo>
      <nasVolumeInstanceStatus>
        <code>CREAT</code>
        <codeName>NAS create</codeName>
      </nasVolumeInstanceStatus>
      <nasVolumeInstanceOperation>
        <code>NULL</code>
        <codeName>NAS NULL OP</codeName>
      </nasVolumeInstanceOperation>
      <nasVolumeInstanceStatusName></nasVolumeInstanceStatusName>
      <createDate>1970-01-01T09:00:02+0900</createDate>
      <nasVolumeDescription></nasVolumeDescription>
      <mountInformation>***.***.0.20:/n***4567_test***</mountInformation>
      <volumeAllotmentProtocolType>
        <code>NFS</code>
        <codeName>NFS</codeName>
      </volumeAllotmentProtocolType>
      <volumeName>n***4567_test***</volumeName>
      <volumeTotalSize>536870912000</volumeTotalSize>
      <volumeSize>536870912000</volumeSize>
      <snapshotVolumeConfigurationRatio>0.0</snapshotVolumeConfigurationRatio>
      <snapshotVolumeSize>0</snapshotVolumeSize>
      <isSnapshotConfiguration>false</isSnapshotConfiguration>
      <isEventConfiguration>false</isEventConfiguration>
      <regionCode>KR</regionCode>
      <zoneCode>KR-1</zoneCode>
      <nasVolumeServerInstanceNoList/>
      <isEncryptedVolume>false</isEncryptedVolume>
      <nasVolumeInstanceCustomIpList/>
      <isReturnProtection>false</isReturnProtection>
    </nasVolumeInstance>
  </nasVolumeInstanceList>
</removeNasVolumeAccessControlResponse>

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