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[Announcement] IP prefixes advertised on AWS Direct Connect Public Virtual Interfaces

AWS Direct Connect Public Virtual Interfaces provide accessibility from your on-premises network to Amazon public resources. On this document [AWS IP Address Ranges](http://docs.aws.amazon.com/general/latest/gr/aws-ip-ranges.html) you can find the public prefixes that may be advertised through your public Direct Connect Virtual Interfaces. \ Please note the following: \ 1. New Direct Connect Public Virtual Interfaces are capable of connecting to Amazon public services in all supported AWS regions except China. Direct Connect Public Virtual Interfaces created before November 1st, 2017 will remain as a regional service, except that in North America you can reach Amazon public services in other North America regions. \ 2. This list provided at [AWS IP Address Ranges](http://docs.aws.amazon.com/general/latest/gr/aws-ip-ranges.html) may change over time. We highly recommend that you follow the published IP ranges for future updates. If you filter the routes you receive, you will need to update your filter when this list changes. If you filter out new or changed prefixes, some traffic will utilize the Internet, rather than AWS Direct Connect, to reach AWS. \ 3. Through Direct Connect, your packets will remain in Amazon backbone network after it enters it. Therefore, prefixes of services such as Route53 or certain CloudFront locations that are not on the Amazon backbone network will not be advertised through Direct Connect. \ 4. For each prefix, we may only advertise its sub-ranges that are available in your Direct Connect region or for services that reside on the Amazon backbone. 5. If you are using Amazon Simple Email Service (Amazon SES), the additional Amazon SES prefixes can be found [here](https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/ses/amazon-ses-ip-addresses/).
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