An object representing an updated list of network security groups (NSGs) that overwrites the existing list of NSGs.
An array of NSG OCIDs associated with the load balancer.
During the load balancer's creation, the service adds the new load balancer to the specified NSGs.
The benefits of associating the load balancer with NSGs include:
NSGs define network security rules to govern ingress and egress traffic for the load balancer.
The network security rules of other resources can reference the NSGs associated with the load balancer to ensure access.