I want to connect a VPC to an on premise server via one VPN connection. This needs to be only one-way (from AWS to on-premise, outgoing) connection NOT site-to-site.
I have set up AWS VPN Connection, Virtual Private Gateway and Customer Gateway(Cisco-ASA). But as I found it is both way connection and it requires the customer to open connection toward us and keep it open so that we can have VPN connection to them.
This is what I have implemented on AWS side:
As we found for outgoing connection, the only way is Cisco AnyConnect it means in VPC, we need a server which has Cisco AnyConnect installed then we will be able to make this connection.
I'm wondering if there is any better way to have a one-way(outgoing) VPN connection for this case?(Only from VPC to on-premise)
Any help would be appreciated.
If I use VPN connection of AWS for connecting to our data center, how can I connect multi VPC to one VPN connection? I have one main VPC that VPN has been established on it, and I made another VPC with a server in it and peered the two VPCs. I don't have any connection from my second VPC towards the data center. The route tables look like below:
VPN-VPC1 route table:
Destination Target privateIP(VPC1) local 0.0.0.0/0 igw datacenter-network1 vgw datacenter-network2 vgw privateIP(VPC2) pcx
VPC2 route table: (Subnet association:10.0.1.0/24)
Destination Target privateIP(VPC2) local 0.0.0.0/0 igw privateIP(VPC1) pcx
there is no connection between datacenter to 10.0.1.10/24
Am I missing something here?