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lacework agent aws-install ec2ic

Use EC2InstanceConnect to securely connect to EC2 instances

Synopsis

This command installs the agent on all EC2 instances in an AWS account using EC2InstanceConnect.

To filter by one or more regions:

lacework agent aws-install ec2ic --include_regions us-west-2,us-east-2

To filter by instance tag:

lacework agent aws-install ec2ic --tag TagName,TagValue

To filter by instance tag key:

lacework agent aws-install ec2ic --tag_key TagName

To explicitly specify the username for all SSH logins:

lacework agent aws-install ec2ic --ssh_username <your-user>

To provide an agent access token of your choice, use the command 'lacework agent token list', select a token and pass it to the '--token' flag. This flag must be selected if the '--noninteractive' flag is set.

lacework agent aws-install ec2ic --token <token>

AWS credentials are read from the following environment variables:

  • AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID
  • AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY
  • AWS_SESSION_TOKEN (optional)
  • AWS_REGION (optional)

This command will only install the agent on hosts that are supported by EC2InstanceConnect. The supported AMI types are Amazon Linux 2 and Ubuntu 16.04 and later. There may also be a region restriction.

This command will automatically add hosts with successful connections to '~/.ssh/known_hosts' unless specified with '--trust_host_key=false'.

lacework agent aws-install ec2ic [flags]

Options

  -h, --help                      help for ec2ic
-r, --include_regions strings list of regions to filter on
-n, --max_parallelism int maximum number of workers executing AWS API calls, set if rate limits are lower or higher than normal (default 50)
--ssh_username string username to login with
--tag strings only install agents on infra with this tag
--tag_key string only install agents on infra with this tag key set
--token string agent access token
--trust_host_key automatically add host keys to the ~/.ssh/known_hosts file (default true)

Options inherited from parent commands

  -a, --account string      account subdomain of URL (i.e. <ACCOUNT>.lacework.net)
-k, --api_key string access key id
-s, --api_secret string secret access key
--api_token string access token (replaces the use of api_key and api_secret)
--debug turn on debug logging
--json switch commands output from human-readable to json format
--nocache turn off caching
--nocolor turn off colors
--noninteractive turn off interactive mode (disable spinners, prompts, etc.)
--organization access organization level data sets (org admins only)
-p, --profile string switch between profiles configured at ~/.lacework.toml
--subaccount string sub-account name inside your organization (org admins only)

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