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comment iptables -D POSTROUTING -t nat -o tun0 -j MASQUERADE
Updated. Thanks. Copy & paste error
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comment Port 53 in Amazon Security Group
The Amazon default rule is 0.0.0.0/0 All Traffic meaning, by default, all outbound traffic is allowed. That default rule has been removed and replaced with the 2 outbound rules above. Shouldn't this only allow outbound traffic on 443 and 80 only?
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comment Why Use a NAT Instance?
Thanks. The main benefit based on our specific application is separation of services. We will evaluate.
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comment Why Use a NAT Instance?
@Flimzy yes. Thanks for elegantly wording. Updated again.
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comment Why Use a NAT Instance?
@Flimzy question clarified. Understand why we want the database servers isolated. Also understand that they still need internet access. The question is why use a separate server as a NAT instead of using 1 of the app instances?
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