DHS Network Resources - AWS
The following table provides a list of resources required for DHS network configuration.
|Name||Name for the network.|
|Region||The region where your preconfigured network is located. Default:
Important: Your client-side VPC and peered DHS network must be configured in the same region.
|Network CIDR||(Optional) The CIDR (Classless Inter-Domain Routing) block for your DHS network. If you specify a custom network CIDR, the block size must be between a
Tip: Specify a larger CIDR block to host more services in your DHS network.
|Select if you want to set up VPC peering||Select to set up VPC peering and create peered endpoints.|
|VPC ID||Your client-side VPC's identifier (
Important: The VPC ID must include the
To find your VPC ID in AWS CloudFormation Console, navigate to the AWS CloudFormation Console.
To find all of your VPC IDs in AWS, navigate to AWS.
|VPC CIDR||Range of IPv4 addresses used to set up your client-side VPC. Primary CIDR block for your VPC. Example:
Important: The CIDR range
|AWS Account ID||See Finding Your AWS Account ID.|
|Peer Role ARN||The unique AWS resource identifier that was generated when you created the peer role. For details, see AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM). Example:
|User Subnet CIDRs||
Public and private subnet CIDRs used to set up your client-side VPC.
One to six user subnet CIDRs. If you are running your client or application servers across three AWS zones, you must provide all of the subnet CIDRs. If your service is running within a single zone, enter one CIDR. Example: