How to Enable Peering Between Multiple (Inter-Region) VPCs via Transit Gateway?

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This screenshot is from Frankfurt
This screenshot is from Sydney
This screenshot is from Frankfurt
This screenshot is from Sydney

Let’s get started

Open the VPC Management Console. Find the Transit Gateways in the sidebar:

This screenshot is from Frankfurt
This screenshot is from Sydney
This screenshot is from Frankfurt
This screenshot is from Sydney
This screenshot is from Frankfurt
This screenshot is from Frankfurt
This screenshot is from Sydney
This screenshot is from Frankfurt
This screenshot is from Frankfurt
This screenshot is from Sydney
This screenshot is from Frankfurt
This screenshot is from Sydney
This screenshot is from Frankfurt
This screenshot is from Sydney
This screenshot is from Frankfurt
This screenshot is from Frankfurt
This screenshot is from Sydney
This screenshot is from Frankfurt
This screenshot is from Sydney
This screenshot is from Frankfurt
This screenshot is from Sydney
This screenshot is from Frankfurt
This screenshot is from Frankfurt
This screenshot is from Sydney
This screenshot is from Frankfurt
This screenshot is from Sydney

Is that all? Nope

In Frankfurt, I will create a routing rule in the VPC’s own route table. The VPC is attached to the EC2 server. The requests sent to 192.168.0.0/24 will be forwarded to the transit gateway, which will forward the requests to Sydney.

This screenshot is from Frankfurt
This screenshot is from Sydney

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