VM::EC2::VPC::VpnConnection(3) VPC VPN connection


use VM::EC2;
my $ec2 = VM::EC2->new(...);
my $vpn = $ec2->describe_vpn_connections(-vpn_connection_id=>'vpn-12345678');
my $state = $vpn->state;
my $vpn_gateway = $vpn->vpn_gateway;
my $customer_gateway = $vpn->customer_gateway;


This object represents an Amazon EC2 VPC VPN connection, and is returned by VM::EC2->describe_vpn_connections()


These object methods are supported:

 vpnConnectionId              -- The ID of the VPN connection.
 state                        -- The current state of the VPN connection.
                                 Valid values: pending | available | deleting | deleted
 customerGatewayConfiguration -- Configuration information for the VPN connection's 
                                 customer gateway (in the native XML format). This 
                                 element is always present in the CreateVpnConnection
                                 response; however, it's present in the 
                                 DescribeVpnConnections response only if the VPN 
                                 connection is in the pending or available state.
 type                         -- The type of VPN connection (ipsec.1)
 customerGatewayId            -- ID of the customer gateway at your end of the VPN
 vpnGatewayId                 -- ID of the virtual private gateway at the VPC end of 
                                 the VPN connection.
 tagSet                       -- Tags assigned to the resource.
 vgwTelemetry                 -- Information about the virtual private gateway.
 vpn_telemetry                -- Alias for vgwTelemetry

The following convenience methods are supported:

 vpn_gateway                  -- Returns a L<VM::EC2::VPC::VpnGateway> object
 customer_gateway             -- Returns a L<VM::EC2::VPC::CustomerGateway> object

The object also supports the tags() method described in VM::EC2::Generic:


When used in a string context, this object will interpolate the vpnConnectionId.


Lance Kinley <[email protected]>.

Copyright (c) 2012 Loyalty Methods, Inc.

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