Atlas in private subnet

Hi,

I’m pretty new at MongoDB Atlas, and have been testing various features in past weeks.
I’m planning to migrate my mongo database from AWS to Atlas. In AWS, I usually manage mongodb behind a private subnet, and applications connect to the db using private ip of the db server. This way, I can make sure that the db is completely isolated from the internet and doesn’t have a publicly reachable IP or DNS.
I couldn’t find similar option in Atlas. Replicasets and clusters launched in Atlast have publicly reachable DNS. There’s an option to connect to the AWS VPC using private link, but the atlas replica set will still have a publicly reachable DNS.

Is there any way to start an Atlas cluster (in AWS) inside a private subnet?
Any insight on this would be much appreciated.

There is a concept of IP white-list. I am not sure it will fit your requirements but I think it is a good start.

https://docs.atlas.mongodb.com/security-whitelist/

Thanks Steeve. I’m familiar with IP Whitelist. The cluster/replica would be still reachable publicly (only from allowed IP addresses though).
What I’m specifically looking for is a way to deploy the cluster inside a private subnet in Atlas.