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AWS Workspaces DNS settings prevent resolution of private hostnames like sagemaker.aws

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The default DNS settings for my AWS workspaces, is taken from the Managed AD Server (which workspaces are provision from)

it appears that even with a sagemaker notebook endpoint provision on the VPC, sagemaker.aws urls cannot be reached.

However, if i alter one of the dns value of the workspaces to 169.254.169.253, sagemaker.aws is able to be reached.

is there a better solution? it seems that its hard for workspaces to reach AWS services.

asked 5 months ago60 views
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This has nothing to do with Amazon WorkSpaces, this is just how DNS works. You need to configure a hybrid setting to forward DNS queries to the authoritative DNS Server for the URL.

Amazon WorkSpaces are just Windows Desktops as a Service, joined to a Windows Active Directory. For Managed Microsoft AD, DNS is integrated into the Domain Controllers and can be managed through the RSAT snap-ins. It is the same way any Microsoft Windows AD with integrated DNS would be managed.

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answered 5 months ago

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