Creating AWS VPC Peering

AWS VPC(Virtual Private Cloud) provide you logically isolated private cloud infrastructure, where you can launch your AWS resources in a isolated virtual network. If you have more than one AWS VPC and if you have a requirement to connect resources in one VPC to other VPC, AWS Peering come in handy.VPC Peering doesn't use any separate hardware for establishing connection it use existing infrastructure of VPC to create VPC peering.

                                    To create an Amazon VPC Peering, first login to your  AWS management console  and select  VPC dashboard. In navigation panel select peering connection and then chose Create VPC Peering Connection as
below.





                                   In "Create VPC Peering Connection" dialogue box select your local VPC id in   Local VPC to Peer* section and also select the VPC id to  which you want to connect at VPC*.






                                  In the conformation dialogue box chose OK. VPC peering connection we just created is still in pending status the owner of the account need to confirm the request.

 To accept VPC peering connection
  •  Go to VPC navigation panel and select Peering connection
  •  Select a pending VPC peering connection (the status is pending- acceptance), and choose Actions, Accept Request.
  •  In the confirmation dialog box, choose Yes, Accept    


UPDATE : Updating AWS Peering details in Routing table is explained in Creating AWS VPC Peering

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