Create Subnet — VPC

[ec2-user@ip-10–0–1–167 ~]$ vi mykey.PPK
[ec2-user@ip-10–0–1–167 ~]$ chmod 400 mykey.ppk
[ec2-user@ip-10–0–1–167 ~]$ ssh ec2-user@<private_ip_address> -i mykey.ppk
After connectivity, elevate privileges and check for command yum update -y
ssh ec2-user@10.0.2.127 -i mykey.ppk
and then run sudo su and yum update –y

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