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VPN connection between on-premises and AWS



We have a usecase to implement as below.

A scheduled script(batch job) that needs to run dally and collects/checks data Inside multiple private networks(non-AWS). Those private networks can be accessed using VPNs like OpenVPN and L2TP. We don't want to use Direct Connect as it seems to be pricey.

Please suggest a way(or a service) to set up and access those private networks Inside AWS.

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Can you clarify the direction of the traffic? Asking since you mention (non-AWS) in your question. Is it from AWS -> On-premises Or on-premises -> AWS? Note that with ClientVPN typically you will have connectivity from Clients to AWS not the other direction. If you need bi-directional connectivity then you would need to look at site-to-site VPN for that use-case.

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AWS Client VPN is a managed client-based VPN service that enables you to securely access your AWS resources and resources in your on-premises network. With Client VPN, you can access your resources from any location using an OpenVPN-based VPN client. -- [1]

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