Resolve Route 53 Private Hosted Zones from an On-premises Network


Route 53 Private Hosted Zones Amazon Route 53 DNS service supports Public Hosted Zones and Private Hosted Zones. Private Hosted Zones are useful when you want to use your private domain and have Route 53 respond to queries on that domain from resources within your VPC.  For example, if you host a database on an EC2 instance on a private subnet, you can create a Route 53 record set (ex: for that database instance on your Private Hosted Zone to allow other EC2 instances to resolve the domain name.   But what if you have a VPN connection (or AWS [...]