How can we specify Edit routing status for S3 multi region access point to make buckets active/passive

I am able to create S3 multi region access point(mrap) for two s3 buckets(us-east-1 & us-west-2 region) using terraform resource “aws_s3control_multi_region_access_point” and it is creating failover configuration with routing status active/active. Is there any way we can specify routing status from terraform so we can define one bucket as active and other as passive?

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I am looking for a way to do this also within terraform. I can only find this resource so far:

resource "null_resource" "set_my_mrap_active_passive" {
  provisioner "local-exec" {
    command = "aws s3control submit-multi-region-access-point-routes --region us-east-1 --account-id ${data.aws_caller_identity.current.account_id} --mrap ${aws_s3control_multi_region_access_point.my_mrap.0.arn} --route-updates Bucket=${},TrafficDialPercentage=100 Bucket=${},TrafficDialPercentage=0"
  depends_on = [aws_s3control_multi_region_access_point.my_mrap]

Thank you Eric.

I am seeing this error while deploying using Jenkins : An error occurred (AccessDenied) when calling the SubmitMultiRegionAccessPointRoutes operation: Access Denied

Jenkins user role as policy set to “s3:*”.
where do we assign role for this resource to resolve the error?

Does your Jenkins agent have permission to access the AWS CLI?