When you create a custom VPC Which of the following are created automatically?
Similarly one may ask, how do I create a custom VPC?
Create a custom VPC in AWS
- First, log into your AWS Console and click on VPC under Network & Content Delivery“
- Click on “Create VPC“.
- Enter a Name and CIDR block address, for this VPC I'll be using 10.0.
- To create Subnets for our new VPC we need to click on Subnets, then click on “Create Subnet“.
Additionally, what is custom VPC? IP ranges are defined for the subnets. A network must have at least one subnet before you can use it. Auto mode VPC networks create subnets in each region automatically. Custom mode VPC networks start with no subnets, giving you full control over subnet creation. You can create more than one subnet per region.
Similarly, what happens when you create a new Amazon VPC?
AWS will automatically create a default VPC for you and will create a default subnet in each Availability Zone in the AWS region. Your default VPC will be connected to an Internet gateway and your instances will automatically receive public IP addresses, just like EC2-Classic.
What are the components of VPC?
AWS VPC is made up of several networking components, as shown in the following figure; some of them are as follows:
- Elastic network interfaces.
- Route tables.
- Internet gateways.
- Elastic IP addresses.
- VPC endpoints.
- VPC peering.