When starting out with Amazon EC2, it usually easier to start using IP based restrictions instead of doing the "Right Thing™" and setting up a VPN between your network and your VPCs.
This script will walk through your EC2 inventory, and setup a bunch of static host routes to your EC2 public addresses. This allows you to forward all of your traffic to those EC2 instances, say, over your VPN back to your corporate network.
But, really, you should setup a VPN.
$ npm install -g ec2-router $ sudo ec2-router
ec2-router uses all the typical mechanisms for configuring your AWS
# Can be configured manually, or using aws configure [default] aws_access_key_id = *** aws_secret_access_key = ***
- Environment Variables
$ sudo AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID=*** AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY=*** ec2-router
--verbose Print additional details --dry-run Print the commands it would execute, but do not execute them --delete Delete routes to EC2 instances instead of adding them --dest [-interface tun0] Specify the route destination --regions [regions] Comma separated list of regions to query. Defaults to default all regions
Special thanks to Dan Jenkins for the initial script that this one is based on.