The problem I’m having
I have configured security groups/firewalls correctly in AWS using the relevant IP addresses for the trial I am on, and can indeed successfully connect to a Redshift Serverless workgroup. However, I cannot connect to Aurora PostgreSQL instance on AWS. I get the error message as follows:
Something went wrong. Please address the issues below and try again.
Create Connection Error: Could not make sense of [endpoint-details-here].eu-west-1.rds.amazonaws.com and/or network.
The context of why I’m trying to do this
I’m trying to do this as the first step of setting up a dbt project.
What I’ve already tried
I have already tried making the Aurora workgroup publicly accessible, in a public subnet, and allowed the relevant IP addresses. I have also double checked all connection parameters including username and password.
Any advice would be appreciated, thank you!
Thanks for the fast response!
I flipped the elements of the Hostname, as suggested by the link, and I get the same error.
I then tried the Hostnames:
And got the same error messages as the supposedly valid Hostname.
I know this hostname works though (the original hostname), since I can connect from Power BI and Tableau.
Oh for crying out loud - someone changed the endpoint name - we’re clickopsing a PoC so these things can happen.
Your suggestion made me look much harder at the endpoint name, though, thanks so much!
@Jennifer Berk originally posted this reply in Slack. It might not have transferred perfectly.
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