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Your company previously configured a heavily used, dynamically routed VPN connection between your onpremises data center and AWS. You recently provisioned a DirectConnect connection and would like to start
using the new connection. After configuring DirectConnect settings in the AWS Console, which of the following
options win provide the most seamless transition for your users?

A.
Delete your existing VPN connection to avoid routing loops configure your DirectConnect router with the
appropriate settings and verity network traffic is leveraging DirectConnect.

B.
Configure your DirectConnect router with a higher 8GP priority man your VPN router, verify network traffic is
leveraging Directconnect and then delete your existing VPN connection.

C.
Update your VPC route tables to point to the DirectConnect connection configure your DirectConnect router
with the appropriate settings verify network traffic is leveraging DirectConnect and then delete the VPN
connection.

D.
Configure your DirectConnect router, update your VPC route tables to point to the DirectConnect
connection, configure your VPN connection with a higher BGP pointy. And verify network traffic is leveraging
the DirectConnect connection.

Explanation:
B is incorrect as you do not have insight into the public ip associated with a VPC Internet Gateways.
C is incorrect as ELB receives a public DNS name.
D would exceed the maximum of 4 whitelisting IP addresses.

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