AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Professional (#481)

Which of the following statements is correct about the number of security groups and rules applicable for an EC2-Classic instance and an EC2-VPC network interface?

In EC2-Classic, you can associate an instance with up to 5 security groups and add up to 50 rules to a security group. In EC2-VPC, you can associate a network interface with up to 500 security groups and add up to 100 rules to a security group.
In EC2-Classic, you can associate an instance with up to 500 security groups and add up to 50 rules to a security group. In EC2-VPC, you can associate a network interface with up to 5 security groups and add up to 100 rules to a security group.
In EC2-Classic, you can associate an instance with up to 5 security groups and add up to 100 rules to a security group. In EC2-VPC, you can associate a network interface with up to 500 security groups and add up to 50 rules to a security group.
In EC2-Classic, you can associate an instance with up to 500 security groups and add up to 100 rules to a security group. In EC2-VPC, you can associate a network interface with up to 5 security groups and add up to 50 rules to a security group.