To create public and private subnets in Terraform, you can use the AWS provider to define your network configuration. Here’s an example configuration that demonstrates how to create public and private subnets within a Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) in AWS:
In this example, the
aws_vpc resource creates a VPC with the specified CIDR block. The
aws_subnet resources create the public and private subnets within the VPC, using different CIDR blocks and availability zones.
Make sure you have the AWS CLI configured with appropriate credentials and the required permissions for creating VPCs and subnets. You can then run the Terraform commands (
terraform plan, and
terraform apply) in the directory where you have saved your Terraform configuration files to create the infrastructure.
This example assumes you have already initialized Terraform with the AWS provider and have the necessary plugins installed.