This video covers how to create and configure subnets within a VPC.
- [Instructor] Subnets are used to subdivide…the IP space within a virtual private cloud.…Of course, it is possible to configure multiple…subnets within a VPC.…Now that we have an empty VPC, let's go ahead…and create a public and private subnet.…To get started in the web console,…I'm going to click on the subnets link…under virtual private cloud in the left hand nav.…To create a subnet, I click on the blue…create subnet button.…This brings up a modal window where I need to specify…the details of this subnet.…The first thing I do is specify the name.…
Since this will be a public subnet,…I type in demo dash pub.…Remember, the name is something that I can change later.…Looking in the VPC dropdown, I see two options.…The first is the default VPC, which I labelled do not use.…The second is my empty VPC, which I labelled demo.…It's important to note that this list will show every…VPC available in your account.…Note that it shows both the internal VPC ID…as well as the nametag.…This is why I feel so strongly about using the nametag…
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- Exploring Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)
- Configuring subnets, route tables, and gateways
- Working with access control lists (ACLs)
- Maintaining network security
- Implementing VPC peering and peer routing
- Using Route 53
- Managing a private DNS
Skill Level Intermediate
1. AWS Network Foundations
Understanding Route 534m 54s
2. Virtual Private Cloud
3. VPC Security
4. VPC Peering
5. Route 53
Wrap up1m 48s
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