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All about resource aws:ec2:route_table.
nested): The associations between the route table and one or more subnets or a gateway.
string): The state of the association. Allowed values:
boolean): Indicates whether this is the main route table.
string): The ID of the association.
- >gateway (aws:ec2:internet_gateway): The internet gateway or virtual private gateway
- >route_table (aws:ec2:route_table): The route table
- >subnet (aws:ec2:subnet): The subnet
- state (
string): The ID of the AWS account that owns the route table.
string): Any virtual private gateway (VGW) propagating routes.
string): The AWS region.
string): The ID of the route table.
nested): The routes in the route table.
string): The IPv4 CIDR block used for the destination match.
string): The IPv6 CIDR block used for the destination match.
string): The prefix of the AWS service.
string): The AWS account ID of the owner of the instance.
string): Describes how the route was created. Allowed values:
string): The state of the route. Allowed values:
- >egress_only_internet_gateway (aws:ec2:internet_gateway): The egress-only internet gateway
- >gateway (aws:ec2:internet_gateway): The gateway attached to your VPC
- >instance (aws:ec2:instance): The ID of a NAT instance in your VPC
- >local_gateway (aws:ec2:local_gateway): The local gateway
- >nat_gateway (aws:ec2:nat_gateway): The NAT gateway
- >network_interface (aws:ec2:network_interface): The network interface
- >transit_gateway (aws:ec2:transit_gateway): The transit gateway
- >vpc_peering_connection (aws:ec2:vpc_peering_connection): The VPC peering connection
- destination_cidr_block (
key_value): Any tags assigned to the route table.
- >vpc (aws:ec2:vpc): The ID of the VPC
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Last modified January 1, 0001