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Set Up a Private Endpoint

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  • Overview
  • Considerations
  • High Availability
  • Port Ranges Used for Private Endpoints
  • Private Endpoint-Aware Connection Strings
  • Limitations
  • Prerequisites
  • Procedures
  • Configure an Atlas Private Endpoint
  • Connect to Atlas using a Private Endpoint
  • View Private Endpoints
  • Remove a Private Endpoint from Atlas
  • Troubleshoot Private Endpoint Connection Issues
  • Check the status of your AWS PrivateLink connections.
  • Make sure that your security groups are configured properly.
  • Check the status of your AWS PrivateLink connections.
  • Make sure that your security groups are configured properly.

Note

This feature is not available for M0 free clusters, M2, and M5 clusters. To learn more about which features are unavailable, see Atlas M0 (Free Cluster), M2, and M5 Limitations.

MongoDB Atlas supports private endpoints on dedicated clusters and serverless instances. Select your database deployment type to learn which cloud providers Atlas supports:

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Connect to Atlas using a Private Endpoint

To enable connections to Atlas using private endpoints, you must:

Use these resources to configure an Atlas private endpoint:

Note

For step-by-step instructions on configuring a private endpoint using the Atlas CLI, see the Atlas CLI tab on Set Up a Private Endpoint for a Dedicated Cluster.

Note

For important considerations about private endpoint-aware connection strings, see Private Endpoint-Aware Connection Strings.

Use a private endpoint-aware connection string to connect to an Atlas database deployment with the following procedure:

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