Introduction
  • Introduction
  • Step 00 - AWS Transit Gateway Overview
Pre-requisite Environment Setup required for Transit Gateway
  • Step 01 - AWS Transit Gateway Environment Setup Introduction
  • Step 02 - Create VPC, Subnet, Internet Gateway & Route Tables
  • Step 03 - Create EC2 VM's in all 3 VPC's
  • Step 04 - Test VM's by login to them
Create Transit Gateway with Default Route Table
  • Step 05 - Create Transit Gateway
  • Step 06 - Create VPC Attachments for Dev and QA VPC
  • Step 07 - Test Connectivity for Dev and QA VPC
  • Step 08 - Create VPC Attachment for Shared (shrd) VPC and Test
  • Step 09 -Add new subnet in existing Availability Zone selected in VPC Attachment
  • Step 10 - Add new subnet in new Availability Zone not selected in VPC Attachment
Cross Account Sharing - Share Transit Gateway with External AWS Accounts
  • Step 11 - Introduction about Cross Account Sharing of Transit Gateway
  • Step 12 - Create Resource Share using AWS Resource Access Manager
  • Step 13 - External / Cross Account: Create VPC, Subnet, IGW, Routes & EC2 VM's
  • Step 14 - Create VPC Attachment in cross account and accept it in First Account
  • Step 15 -Test the connectivity b/w Cross Account VPC and 3 VPC's in First Accnt
  • Step 16 - Cross Account Transit Gateway sharing - Conclusion
Transit Gateway with Custom Route Tables
  • Step 17 - Introduction to Transit Gateway with Custom Route Tables
  • Step 18 - Cleanup current Associations & Propagations in default Route Table
  • Step 19 - Implement TGW Custom Route Table between Dev and QA VPC
  • Step 20 - Implement TGW Custom Route Table between Dev and Shared (shrd) VPC
  • Step 21 - Implement TGW Custom Route Table between QA and Cross Account Dev VPC
  • Step 22 - Perform Negative Tests
  • Step 23 - Conclusion - Custom Route Table in Transit Gateway
Congratulations
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