How to configure custom zone (enabled) in your EC2 Instance?

0

I am trying to launch Instance in EC2, Free tier server, default zone is New Virginia, I added custom zone based in New York and created its subnet, But when launching the instance it is getting failed and giving error not as per AWS documentation. Please help me to fix this issue. Thanks

Khurram
asked a month ago222 views
2 Answers
4

To successfully launch an EC2 instance in a custom zone (e.g., New York) with a newly created subnet, ensure the following:

VPC and Subnet Setup: Properly create a VPC and a subnet in your desired availability zone.

Internet Gateway and Routing: Attach an Internet Gateway to your VPC. Update the route table to route 0.0.0.0/0 to the Internet Gateway.

Subnet Settings: Enable auto-assign public IP for the subnet.

Security Configurations: Ensure security groups and network ACLs allow the necessary traffic.

instance Configuration: Select the correct subnet in the desired availability zone during instance launch.

=>Ensure you have the required permissions and are within resource limits for the zone. By addressing these areas, you can resolve issues preventing the EC2 instance launch

EXPERT
answered a month ago
profile picture
EXPERT
reviewed a month ago
EXPERT
reviewed a month ago
profile picture
EXPERT
reviewed a month ago
0

Hello.

Could you please share the specific error message?
For example, if you select an instance type that cannot be used in the local zone when starting EC2, an error will occur.
https://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/global-infrastructure/localzones/features/?nc1=h_ls

profile picture
EXPERT
answered a month ago
profile picture
EXPERT
reviewed a month ago

You are not logged in. Log in to post an answer.

A good answer clearly answers the question and provides constructive feedback and encourages professional growth in the question asker.

Guidelines for Answering Questions