This Evaluation Guide uses the following network structure and instances.

In AWS, these components can be defined as per the diagram below. One important aspect in AWS is that you need to create a subnet for each Availability Zone. Because the instances are distributed on different Availability Zones, these instances are assigned to different subnets.

Components listed in this diagram are listed in the following table:

Component
Name
Parameter
Value
VPC LK-VPC IPv4 CIDRs 10.20.0.0/16
Subnet Common values across subnets VPC assignment LK-VPC
Auto-assign public IP Yes
LK-subnet-1 IPv4 CIDR 10.20.1.0/24
LK-subnet-2 IPv4 CIDR 10.20.2.0/24
LK-subnet-3 IPv4 CIDR 10.20.3.0/24
Internet Gateway LK-IGW VPC association LK-VPC
Route Table LK-RouteTable Subnet association LK-public-subnet
Destination=10.20.0.0/16 local
Destination=0.0.0.0/0 LK-IGW
Security Group LK-SG Type=All traffic Source=LK-SG
Type=SSH Source=Your Office’s WAN IP
Instances Common values across instances VPC LK-VPC
Security Group LK-SG
Source/Dest Checking on a network interface (ENI) Disabled
node-a Subnet LK-subnet-1
Private IP Address 10.20.1.10
node-b Subnet LK-subnet-2
Private IP Address 10.20.2.10
node-c Subnet LK-subnet-3
Private IP Address 10.20.3.10

The following sections step through the processes necessary for creating these network components, beginning with the first instance.

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