Part II Create Private and Public Instances for VPC

VPC – How can we design good VPC on Amazon with AWS NAT Server 

Part II: Create Private and Public Instances for VPC.

Step 1: Nat device was created after VPC.

 

Step 2:  Go to EC2 Instances, Click to Launch Instance

 

Step 3:  Choose Classic Wizard

 

Step 4: Choose OS which you want in QuickStart, You also can choose in Community AMIs or My AMIs or spectial AMI in AWS Marketplace

 

Step 5: Creating Private Instance, Choose T1.micro for 613Mb RAM, and choose VPC with Private Subnet.

 

Step 6: In Network Interface, Type your private IP address.

 

Step 7: Storage Device Configuration

 

Step 8 :  Choose KEY and Value to tags your Server.

 

Step 9:  Create key pair for SSH key to access via SSH

 


Step 10:  Create Security Groups for your server

 

Step 11:  Add rule 0.0.0.0/0 with all traffic to Security Group, we will modifiy this later.

 

Step 12:  Lauch to create Server in Private Subnet

Step 13: PrivateServer01 is created in your VPC with IP 10.1.254.10

 

Step 14: Do the same to create for Public Server.

 

Step 15: Publicserver01 is created with IP 10.1.253.10

 

Step 16:  Go to Elastic IPs to map Elastic IP for Public Server

 

Step 17: Map Elastic IP with Private IP in your VPC

 

Step 18: Now we can see, PublicServer01 is mapped to Elastic IP in VPC.

 

 

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