Hemanth of Alliance Department here. In this blog, i created a VPC with both Public and Private Subnets.
It is a virtual network that is devoted to your AWS account. It enables you to launch AWS resources into a specified virtual network. You have complete control over your virtual networking environment, including the ability to choose your own IP address range, create subnets, and set up route tables and network gateways.
It is a Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) subnetwork that has direct access to the Internet through a VPC-attached Internet Gateway. A public subnet gives instances public IP addresses so they can communicate with the Internet directly.
It is a virtual private cloud (VPC) subnetwork that lacks direct connection to the Internet. A private subnet's instances are given private IP addresses, and they can only connect to the Internet using a network address translation (NAT) device or a proxy server that is situated in a public subnet.
In the Concole search for VPC If you click on your VPC, there is an default VPC available Now clicking on create VPC
Before we could only create only VPC but now along with creating VPC you can also create subnets, route tables and many more.
Now give the name of the project, the CIDR will be used by private IP address in the VPC making some changes from the default to avoid overlap Select the number of availability zones, i am choosing 2 here Can also customize the availability zone Can also customize the CIDR of subnets Public subnets have access to internet gateway Private subnets only allow inter network traffic and also access to VPC end point of S3 Click on create VPC If we would do it manually we should have done the entire below process and it would have consumed a lot of time but thankfully the above method makes it easy Checking the subnets The public and private subnets have been successfully created Now creating a EC2 instance with public subnet created above Launching the instance Checking the instance and it is successfully created in the public subnet
Hope with this you get an idea of creating a VPC with public and private subnets. Thank you for seeing the blog till th end