My lambda use case deals with outbound connections. I would like to have a static IP address, so I can whitelist them.
Since my use case deals with outbound connections, I can't use a load balancer here.
NAT gateway can be associated with elastic IP address. But cost is a barrier.
At the moment, I'm using a NAT EC2 instance for having a static IP address.
Is there a better way?
p.s. My lambda function is triggered by SQS. And my function require access to S3 and DynamoDB. No other access required.
Edited by: Vir2020 on Jun 2, 2020 1:19 PM
Unfortunately no, the only way at the moment to get a fixed IP on outgoing requests for lambda is to be running in a VPC with a NAT gateway or NAT instance.
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