Command add-relation

Usage: juju add-relation [options] <application1>[:<endpoint name1>] <application2>[:<endpoint name2>]

Summary:

Add a relation between two application endpoints.

Options:

-m, --model (= "")

Model to operate in. Accepts [:]

--via (= "")

for cross model relations, specify the egress subnets for outbound traffic

Details:

Add a relation between 2 local application endpoints or a local endpoint and a remote application endpoint. Adding a relation between two remote application endpoints is not supported. Application endpoints can be identified either by:

     <application name>[:<relation name>]
          where application name supplied without relation will be internally expanded to be well-formed

or .[:] where the application is hosted in another model owned by the current user, in the same controller

or /.[:] where user/model is another model in the same controller

For a cross model relation, if the consuming side is behind a firewall and/or NAT is used for outbound traffic, it is possible to use the --via option to inform the offering side the source of traffic so that any required firewall ports may be opened.

Examples:

$ juju add-relation wordpress mysql
where “wordpress” and “mysql” will be internally expanded to “wordpress:db” and “mysql:server” respectively

$ juju add-relation wordpress someone/prod.mysql
    where "wordpress" will be internally expanded to "wordpress:db"

$ juju add-relation wordpress someone/prod.mysql --via 192.168.0.0/16

$ juju add-relation wordpress someone/prod.mysql --via 192.168.0.0/16,10.0.0.0/8

Aliases:

relate