How to find all ELB that are using specific subnet in AWS via CLI?

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I am trying to find all Elastic Load Balancers using this subnet via the AWS CLI.

I Tried this-aws --region us-east-1 elb describe-load-balancers --query 'LoadBalancerDescriptions[?Subnets==subnet-1234546]|[].LoadBalancerName'. But it resulted nothing. I think I am commiting some mistake while mentioning the subnet details.

Can any one help me ?
May 24 in AWS by code_ninja
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In AWS CLI the correct way to reach any configured service, is to mention the  correct service description. The subnet syntax is not so correct so use the one mentioned below:

aws--region us east-1 elb describe-load-balancers --query 'LoadBalancerDescriptions[?contains(Subnets, `subnet-1234546`)==`true`].LoadBalancerName' --output text

for more CLI relateded issues check this-

I hope this helps you

answered May 24 by ArchanaNagur
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