Range overlaps - Amazon Virtual Private Cloud

Range overlaps

The IP address ranges returned by any service code are also returned by the AMAZON service code. For example, all IP address ranges that are returned by the S3 service code are also returned by the AMAZON service code.

When service A uses resources from service B, there are IP address ranges that are returned by the service codes for both service A and service B. However, these IP address ranges are used exclusively by service A, and can't be used by service B. For example, Amazon S3 uses resources from Amazon EC2, so there are IP address ranges that are returned by both the S3 and EC2 service codes. However these IP address ranges are used exclusively by Amazon S3. Therefore, the S3 service code returns all IP address ranges that are used exclusively by Amazon S3. To identify the IP address ranges that are used exclusively by Amazon EC2, find the IP address ranges that are returned by the EC2 service code but not the S3 service code.