Posted On: Apr 25, 2019
AWS now specifies the IP address ranges for Amazon DynamoDB endpoints. You can use these IP address ranges in your routing and firewall policies to control outbound application traffic. If you have an application that uses DynamoDB and need to lock down outbound access to the DynamoDB endpoints, you can use these IP address ranges. You also can use these ranges to control outbound traffic for applications in your Amazon Virtual Private Cloud, behind AWS Virtual Private Network or AWS Direct Connect.
To be notified about changes to the IP address ranges for DynamoDB endpoints, see IP Address Ranges.