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Amidst configuration of AWS routing table, AWS console allow static routing only.

As mentioned here,

every VPC has an implicit router.

Assuming there is a public and private subnet configured within VPC. Public subnet has its own routing table. Private subnet has its own routing table.


1) In AWS VPC, does each routing table resides in its own router? Multiple...

2) To populate routing tables, why AWS VPC allows only static routing? But not dynamic routing..

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1) In AWS VPC, does each routing table resides in its own router?

Essentially, Yes. You can think of a routing table as a virtual router.

2) To populate routing tables, why AWS VPC allows only static routing? But not dynamic routing.

You'll have to ask AWS why, but routing protocols are much more complicated than static routing, and it's rarely needed.

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AWS does allow dynamic route tables using BGP. You can read about it here.

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