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aws_route should validate which type of gateway is passed #9445

jen20 opened this issue Jul 23, 2019 · 1 comment


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@jen20 jen20 commented Jul 23, 2019

The aws_route resource has a number of *_gateway_id properties which are documented as reflecting the AWS API for the type of gateway to which a route is being constructed. For example, an Internet Gateway is supposed to use gateway_id, and a NAT gateway is supposed to use nat_gateway_id. In a quirk of the AWS API, you can set a NAT gateway in gateway_id, but it is returned in nat_gateway_id, leaving a perpetual diff, but a valid route being created at the provider.

A way to fix this is to validate the prefixes of the various types of gateway being passed to each option. I'll open a pull request for this shortly.


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@jen20 jen20 commented Jul 23, 2019

Just realised the behaviour here is a duplicate of #158, but I'll leave this since it proposes a concrete fix to the problem.

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