Route Table - Amazon QuickSight

Route Table

To use VPC peering or AWS Direct Connect to reach an on-premises database instance, update the route table that's associated with the VPC you're using with QuickSight. For more information on route tables, see Route tables in the Amazon VPC User Guide.

To learn more about VPC peering and view sample scenarios and configurations, see What is VPC peering? in the Amazon VPC Peering Guide. For an example configuration, see Example: Services using AWS PrivateLink and VPC peering in the Amazon VPC User Guide.

Using the AWS CLI

The following example creates a route table.

aws ec2 create-route-table --vpc-id vpc-0daeb67adda59e0cd

Then you can use the create-route command to create a route. For more information and examples, see create-route in the AWS CLI Command Reference.

For the following examples to work, make sure that you have a subnet in the VPC associated with the route table. The first example describes the route table with the specified VPC ID. The second one describes the route table with the specified route table ID.

aws ec2 describe-route-tables \ --filters "Name=vpc-id,Values=vpc-0daeb67adda59e0cd" aws ec2 describe-route-tables \ --route-table-ids rtb-45ac473a

The following example describes the specified associations between a specific VPC and your local gateway route tables.

aws ec2 describe-local-gateway-route-table-vpc-associations --filters "Name=vpc-id,Values=vpc-0daeb67adda59e0cd"