Aviatrix Answers

What is a Next-Generation Transit Hub and how is it different?
Key Concepts (3 min)

A global transit network is an AWS-sanctioned approach for facilitating communications from many Spoke VPCs to on-premise datacenter resources via a Transit Hub VPC.

What are my options for a Transit VPC?
Network Design (6 min)

If you have many VPCs that need connectivity, a hub-and-spoke topology can simplify your network with a reduced number of connections to manage.

How do I migrate from a vRouter based transit hub to a software-defined AWS Transit Hub?
How-To Guide (2 min)

Understand some of the differences between a vRouter based transit hub and a software-defined transit hub, with practical step-by-step instructions on how to migrate.

How do I overcome the 50 IP limit per security group in AWS?
Key Concepts (2 min)

Learn about the problems you may encounter given the number of inbound or outbound rules per security groups in Amazon is 50.

Why is the Aviatrix Global Transit solution a better choice over Cisco CSR?
Key Concepts (11 min)

Understand the operational differences in using a Cisco CSR vs Aviatrix as your AWS Global Transit Hub

How to enable inter-spoke connectivity in an AWS Global Transit Network?
How-To Guide (13 min)

Best practices for managing Native AWS peering within the AWS Central Controller in order to meet architectural and security design requirements.

How do I make all outbound traffic appear to come from one or more AWS IP Addresses?
Network Design (13 min)

How to enable a 'central NAT service' to allow you and your partners a consistent set of IP addresses that simplifies connectivity for site to cloud use cases.

How to test Aviatrix Transit VPC for AWS — without requiring a connection to your data center?
How-To Guide (15 min)

Learn how to create an AWS VPC that emulates a data center — allowing you to test a transit VPC without having to establish a connection to your on prem environment.