Hey, follow these steps to change the ingress rules of your RDS instance:
Open the Amazon RDS console.
Choose the name of your DB instance to view its details.
In the Connectivity section, note the Subnets, Security groups, and Endpoint shown on this page so you can use this information later.
Under Security, you can see the security group associated with the DB instance. Open the link to view the security group in the Amazon EC2 console.
In the security group details, choose Inbound.
Choose Add Rule.
For Type, choose the DB engine that your application uses.
For Source, type sg- to view a list of available security groups. Choose the current security group to allow resources in the security group to receive traffic on the database port from other resources in the same group.
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