I am unable to access my public DNS and elastic IP using browser.
My security group is quick-start which allows: ICMP, HTTP, RDP, DNS
while i am getting response from pinging my elastic IP.
Please help me, as i am new to Amazon EC2.
closed as not a real question by Kenny Rasschaert, Jenny D, mdpc, Wesley, Khaled Apr 1 '13 at 11:55
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Before you start accessing your public DNS or elastic IP using a browser, which uses port 80 by default, you need to have a service listening on port 80 on your server. Do you have a web server listening on your server? As ping is working for you, it is means the server is accessible from outside.
Also make sure your don't have a local firewall on your server, besides AWS firewall associated with your security group. If you have a local server installed, make sure port 80 or 443 is open.