Step 8. Configure Network Settings

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    [This step is available if you have chosen to restore Amazon EFS file systems to a new location or with different settings.]

    At the Network step of the wizard, configure Amazon VPC and mount targets for the file systems. Mount target settings are the following: subnets, security groups and IP address types. For more information on mount targets, see the Managing file system network accessibility section in AWS documentation.

    1. To specify a VPC, select the necessary file system in the EFS file system list and click VPC. In the Amazon VPC window, select the VPC.
    2. To configure mount target settings for the selected availability zones, do the following:
    1. In the EFS file system list, select the necessary file system and click Target.
    2. In the Mount Target window, select an availability zone for which you want to configure mount target settings and click Edit.

    Tip

    If you have selected Regional storage class at the EFS Configuration step of the wizard, you can configure one mount target.

    1. In the opened window, do the following:
    1. From the Subnet group drop-down list, select a subnet where the mount point will reside.

    For a subnet group to be displayed in the drop-down list, it must be created in advance as described in the Work with VPCs and subnets section in the AWS documentation.

    1. From the Security group drop-down list, select a security group that will be associated with the mount target.

    For a security group to be displayed in the drop-down list, it must be created in advance as described in the Work with security groups section in the AWS documentation.

    1. In the IP address type area, select the type of an IP address for the mount target.

    Step 8. Configure Network Settings