Create a Highly Available VPC

1 hour
  • 4 Learning Objectives

About this Hands-on Lab

You will need to:

1. Create a highly available VPC
2. Configure the route table
3. Create a security group
4. Enable logging to S3

Learning Objectives

Successfully complete this lab by achieving the following learning objectives:

Create a Highly Available VPC

Create a highly available VPC named ExamVPC using a CIDR range. Create 2 public and 2 private subnets within the VPC.

Configure a Route Table within Your VPC Named PubRT

Configure a route table within your VPC named PubRT that contains the necessary routes for public connectivity.

Create the Following Security Groups: PublicSG and PrivateSG

Create the following security groups: PublicSG and PrivateSG. PublicSG allows HTTPS traffic from anywhere. PrivateSG only allows traffic from PublicSG.

Enable Logging of All IP Traffic to a Created S3 Bucket

Create a flow log for the VPC and enable logging of all IP traffic to an S3 bucket that has been created for you.

Additional Resources

You work for a managed service provider and your team has just received a request from a new client. In the initial request the client has asked you to create a highly available VPC that contains two public and two private subnets. The client has also requested a security group named PublicSG that will be used to permit HTTPS traffic, and a second security group named PrivateSG permitting all traffic from PublicSG. For additional security and monitoring, the client would also like to send VPC flow logs to S3 to monitor ALL incoming and outgoing traffic.

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