Click Orders, then click Dynamic Connections - Ethernet.
Control Center lists all your connections with a status and brief summary for each connection.
Click Create Connection.
In the From Connection Type field, select My Location(s).
In the To Connection Type field, select Hosted VIF – Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Fill in the information for the connection:
From the From Location list, select the connection origination endpoint. (To see a list of your available endpoints, hover over the i icon, then click View Available Locations.)
In the CE-VLAN field, type an unused VLAN ID (between 1 and 4095). (If you type in a VLAN ID and it's already in use, Control Center highlights it in red.)
From the To Location list, select where you want your connection to terminate.
In the Billing Method field, select whether you want hourly or monthly billing.
In the Class of Service field, select whether you want Basic, Enhanced, or Dedicated. (Higher classes of service offer higher availability SLAs and allow you to increase traffic prioritization for your EVC.)
In the Bandwidth field, select the bandwidth for the connection.
Control Center displays pricing for the bandwidth you selected.
In the Connection Name field, type a name for the connection you're creating.
Fill in the information for the AWS connection. If you need help filling in a field, hover over the "i" to the right of the field.
AWS Account ID—type the AWS VPC account number that matches this virtual interface.
Auto Accept—to accept the new virtual interface (VIF) automatically, click the checkbox. If you uncheck this option, you must enter the related information in your account in the AWS portal. (If you don't want to auto-accept the connection, learn how to accept this in the AWS portal.)
Virtual Gateway—type a virtual private gateway (VGW) attached to the VPC you want to connect to.
BGP Peer IPs—if you want to have peer IPs automatically generated, click the Auto-generate Peer IPs checkbox. If you do not want the peer IPs to be auto-generated, uncheck this option, then provide the following information:
Your Router Peer IP—type the destination CIDR that AWS should use to send traffic on your end.
AWS Router Peer IP—type the destination CIDR you'll be using to send traffic to AWS. (This will be configured on the AWS end to receive your traffic.)
BGP ASN—type your public or private BGP autonomous system number.
BGP Key—the password that is used to authenticate the BGP session. If you want a BGP key to be auto-generated for you, click the Auto-generated BGP key checkbox. If you don't want a key auto-generated, clear the checkbox and fill in the Your BGP Authentication Key field.
Review your connection information, then click the I agree with the terms and conditions checkbox. (To enable the checkbox, scroll to the bottom of the terms and conditions.)
Click Create Connection.
Control Center creates the request for the connection. From here, you can either view the status of your request (click the list link) or close the window (click Close) to do something else in Control Center.