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Create a VPC Route Table

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Due to RightScale Legacy Platform deprecation, this section covering Amazon Web Services Virtual Private Clouds (VPC) is no longer valid. Please see the Network Manager section for current information on creating and managing AWS VPCs.

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VPC is only visible for paid RightScale accounts that have signed up for the AWS VPC service on Amazon.


When you create a VPC, a route table is automatically created and associated with the VPC. This route table is the main route table by default and can be edited. The routing table controls the routing for a subnet. You have the ability to create new route tables and promote to main, replacing the default route table. The main route table allows communication within the VPC by default. Every subnet must be associated with a route table, but the same route table can be associated with more than one subnet.


You can create new route tables to define the rules for outbound traffic of each subnet. Remember, you can associate multiple route tables to each subnet.

  • Go to Clouds > AWS Region > VPCs > Your VPC > Route Tables
  • Click New.


  • Click your new Route Table. Click Route Set to configure new routes.

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