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  • How to manage Amazon VPCs?

  • You can use the AWS Management Console to manage Amazon VPC objects such as VPCs, subnets, route tables, Internet gateways, and IPSec VPN connections. Additionally, you can use a simple wizard to create a VPC. Q. How many VPCs, subnets, Elastic IP addresses, and internet gateways can I create?

  • What IP address ranges are supported by Amazon VPCs?

  • Currently, Amazon VPC supports five (5) IP address ranges, one (1) primary and four (4) secondary for IPv4. Each of these ranges can be between /28 (in CIDR notation) and /16 in size. The IP address ranges of your VPC should not overlap with the IP address ranges of your existing network.

  • How do I create additional VPCs in AWS?

  • You can choose to create additional VPCs by going to the Amazon VPC page in the AWS Management Console and selecting Start VPC Wizard. You鈥檒l be presented with four basic options for network architectures. After selecting an option, you can modify the size and IP address range of the VPC and its subnets.

  • Do Amazon VPCs support eIPS for IPv6?

  • EIP addresses should only be used on instances in subnets configured to route their traffic directly to the Internet gateway. EIPs cannot be used on instances in subnets configured to use a NAT gateway or a NAT instance to access the Internet. This is applicable only for IPv4. Amazon VPCs do not support EIPs for IPv6 at this time. Q.