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Trying to have a static IP with Elastic Beanstalk applications

My goal is to deploy a web application to Elastic Beanstalk and allow for a user to access that application from their corporate network. Their network controls access to sites using IP addresses and ...
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IPsec with EC2 client and Elastic IP, but nat_traversal=no

After researching this quite a bit, I feel I may be asking the impossible here, but I thought I'd give it a shot. I'm trying to configure an Openswan IPsec client on an EC2 server (inside VPC, if it ...
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Change public IP address of EC2 instance to Elastic IP Address

I am running some web crawling jobs on an AWS hosted server. The crawler scrapes data from an eCommerce website but recently the crawler gets "timeout errors" from the website. The website might have ...
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Auto associate an elastic ip to a ec2 instance started by ecs task

There is a way to auto associate an elasticip to an ec2 instance that was started by an ecs task? I'm trying to create a mongodb cluster with replicaset (3 nodes) and I would like to "plug" a new ec2 ...
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AWS CLI Launch Instance Hostname & Elastic IP

Is it possible to do the following with AWS EC2? And if so what is the AWS CLI command for it? Launch an instance and bind an Elastic IP at the same time Change the hostname of an instance that is ...
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How to configure HAProxy on Amazon Linux AMI with SSL/TLS Passthrough

I'm trying to configure an Amazon Linux AMI instance that has an Elastic IP to act as Proxy to a standalone backend server. I'm trying to do HTTPS TCP Passthrough only but I can't get it to work! ANY ...
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Connection refused error while accessing my server with AWS elastic IP [duplicate]

I have followed all these below mentioned steps Create an Elastic IP and point to the Amazon EC2 instance. Goto service Route 53, create a ‘A’ record and point to the Elastic IP. In Route 53, copy ...
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Is Elastic IP Assignment to another EC2 instant?

If I move an Elastic IP from one EC2 instance to another, does it happen instantly? I am asking this question, as I have a situation where I have a website hosted within Elastic Beanstalk without a ...
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Route 53 not able to map to EC2 using an Elastic IP

So I launched an EC2 instance with an Elastic IP attached to it. I am able to see my app online (HTTP) using the IP address (52.88.100.62). I bought a domain name (rishijavia.com) and was trying to ...
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With cloud servers who don't offer reassignable public IP addresses, how can I instantly have a domain name switch to a different instance?

AWS offers Elastic IP Addresses, which are great for switching website domains to a new instance/stack without having to wait for DNS changes to propagate. Some cloud service providers (e.g., ...
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Setting up Amazon elastic beanstalk to be accessible through fixed ip address(not CNAME)

I want to deploy my app to multi-container elastic beanstalk to be able to point my A-record to some fixed ip connected to it(somehow). I've read related questions(like this one) and understand that ...
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AWS Close Ports on Specific Elastic IP Addresses for EC2 Instance

I have a Windows Server in AWS EC2. I have opened ports 80 and 443 to 0.0.0.0/0, and RDP to a private IP address for VPN access. The instance has 4 total elastic IP addresses, each mapping to a ...
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Amazon AWS EC2 - Two IP´s for private and public access

I need a different IP for my database/ssh access to the public IP address my users know for a better security. For my understanding, it´s only possible to bind a single Elastic IP to one EC2 Instance,...
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AWS Multi ELB In One VPC

I am trying to figure out the best solution for my use case. Say I have 10 websites to host in my VPC. Each of these websites need to be behind an Elastic Load Balancer. From my understanding, each ...
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AWS Elastic IP Limitation

I am trying to figure out the best practices for hosting multiple domains within an AWS account. For example, lets say I have 20 domains to host. The Elastic IP limitation per account is 5. So I ...
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Unable to ping second Elastic IP address. Is a separate Security Group required?

I have claimed an additional Elastic IP address and associated with an running instance. It is also tied up with a secondary Private IP Address. I am unable to ping the new Elastic IP address. ...
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i cannot access my amazon ec2 instance by visiting ip address or dns (associated with it) of the instance [duplicate]

Good Day. I cannot access my amazon Ec2 instance from browser by visiting its domain or elastic ip. Ec2 instance is running properly and i have checked it security group as well. I dont know what to ...
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Host entry not working with an elastic ip on aws ec2 instance

I've set up Magento web on an aws ec2 instance for development & testing. I was able to access it by putting a host entry on my local machine using the public IP. But then I changed it to an ...
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Launch instances via Elastic Beanstalk without Elastic IP configured

I'm creating a tool to deploy Docker images to EC2 via ElasticBeanstalk, so the dev team can quickly demo their work without having to merge. I don't want Elastic IP to be enabled for these apps as ...
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Having trouble ssh into ec2 instance with elastic ip address

I have a new ubuntu EC2 micro instance in a VPN with what i think should be access from the outside world to ssh. $ ssh -i ./sendy.pem ubuntu@52.5.229.252 ssh: connect to host 52.5.229.252 port 22: ...
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Does it cost anything just to allocate an elastic IP? [closed]

The title is pretty much self explanatory. When I click the "Allocate New Address" button in the EC2 console does it cost me anything?
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Amazon EC2 - need to change IP address without downtime

I'm maintaining a fairly high-profile site which is hosted on Amazon EC2, and the previous developer pointed the A record at the instance's "public IP" instead of using an "Elastic IP". As far as I ...
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Why I cannot access EC2 instance public IP from inside of instance itself?

Here is an example, I have an Linux instance , say, private IP is 10.10.10.10, public IP is 54.54.54.54. Inside the instance, I could successfully ping it's private IP(10.10.10.10) and localhost. ...
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No public IP after stop/start Amzon EC2 intance

I have setup an AWS EC2 instance with a Elastic IP. Static IP and Elastic IP both works fine (shows default NGINX page). However when I STOP the instance and START back up, there is only a domain ...
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Pointing AWS EC2 elastic IP to instance in VPC

I've had an Elastic IP pointing to a classic EC2 instance for several years. I've now stared a new instance - inside a VPC - and want to use that instance for my website. Therefore I want to point my ...
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“aws ec2 associate-address” not working when used in UserData in conjunction with Auto Scaling Group

I'm trying to use AWS CloudFormation to create a NAT instance via an AutoScalingGroup, and I'm running into a problem when trying to associate an EIP during instance creation via LaunchConfiguration ...
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Elastic IP Not Resolving to Windows Instance

I'm sure I'm just missing a step, but I can't figure out how to get server to resolve to new elastic IP address. I appreciate everyone for their help. I've been trying to figure this out for a while ...
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aws elasticbeanstalk with static public ip

For a new web application I am looking at AWS ElasticBeanstalk. I like its auto-balancing and auto-rolling updates' system as well as all the other scaling-related features. But.. I need a static IP ...
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Elastic IP not pingable with AWS [duplicate]

After instantiating a micro server I created an elastic IP and associated my micro instance with it. In my micro instance settings panel in AWS, I see "Public IP" address and an "Elastic IP" address, ...
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Static IP address for outgoing traffic from AWS autoscaling group

I'm going to have a number of EC2 instances in an Elastic Beanstalk autoscaling group in a default subnet in a VPC. The app on these EC2 instances needs to connect to a third party service who uses an ...
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How many elastic IP's do I need to host two sites using SSL in IIS on one windows EC2 instance

I have one windows instance on instance in EC2. I have two websites configured in IIS on this instance, each with a different SSL certificate for two completely different domains. Each is a wild card ...
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Reaching additional network interface in Amazon EC2

I've configured an additional network interface with only private address but i can't reach that server using this newly created address. Here are the steps I've done: created 2 machines: A and B (...
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Elastic IP address on EC2 instance interface without 1:1 NAT

I have a basic Amazon VPC set up with a public and private subnet. I have deployed a Vyatta router in the public subnet that does NAT for the private subnet. I have an elastic IP address assigned to ...
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Assign a public IP address to new Amazon Instance

My Amazon Instance got terminated accidentaly. This Instance was having an IP address associated with itself so that it can be accessed from internet. Now I have created another Instance from the ...
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Elastic IP + EC2 newb: trying to access my server publicy

I have created an elastic ip and associated it to my server. The ip is: 54.201.18.251 If I try and ping this IP I get: PING 54.201.18.251 (54.201.18.251): 56 data bytes Request timeout for icmp_seq ...
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Amazon EC2 - Adding a Elastic IP does not show up in IIS

I have created a Windows Server 2012 EC2 instance and I have bound an Elastic IP address to the server. The problem is, the IP address isn't showing up in IIS 8 and I can't seem to get web sites to ...
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Max number of elastic IPs that can be attached to single instance? [closed]

How many elastic IPs (publicly visible) can be attached to single instance?
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Why can my EC2 instance no longer connect to itself using its public DNS entry?

One of our Amazon EC2 instances can no longer connect to itself using its public DNS . It says "unknown host". Previously, when used from within EC2, the public DNS resolved to the current internal IP....
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AWS Elastic IP vs. VPC Usage Recommendations: Suggestions?

I'm working on creating a suite of self-training exercises and guides (perhaps eventually a collection of videos or Slideshare presentations) covering a range of systems administration and "ops" ...
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setting haproxy servers to use AWS public name server

I'm trying to configure haproxy to cluster a couple of mysql servers (galera cluster), but it seems that haproxy does not accept dns name in the server directive. e.g. config listen mysql 127.0.0.1:...
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Multiple outgoing ip on one amazon ec2 instance

Can i have multiple public outgoing ip on an amazon aws Instance? I have one instance with two network interfaces and two elastic ip each one, so i can ssh to my server using both publics ips. That'...
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Failed to bring up eth1:1 when using secondary private IP on secondary network interface on VPC instance

I have created a VPC ec2 instance (t1.micro), in which I have two network interfaces, the primary eth0 and additional eth1. I was able to bring up the eth1 by editing the /etc/network/inteface auto ...
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Elastic IP vs EC2 Public Hostname + Route53

We are evaluating to use Elastic IP on all of our ec2 instances, and we compare to the use of public EC2 hostname and Route53 (with a very short TTL to the public EC2 hostname & dynamic update DNS ...
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Google indexes both Amazon public dns and elastic ip

I'm using an Elastic IP and have created an A record of my domain to that IP. (Host=@ and "Points to" is the IP) Google has indexed this domain accordingly but it also has indexed the public DNS (ec2-...
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Using Route 53, how to point a domain without www to an ELB? [duplicate]

I can already CNAME the www to my ELB DNS, but how would I route the non www as well?
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haproxy and keepalived on Amazon EC2

The new Amazon Opsworks service uses haproxy rather than Amazon's own very limited elastic load-balancer so I started investigating haproxy as a better option for load-balancing our web app servers, ...
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Unable to access Public DNS and elastic IP in browser [closed]

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 ...
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Ping Elastic IP Address from Inside Server Fails

I have an EC2 server set up inside a VPC on Amazon. The server is reachable from the outside via its elastic ip address; however, when I attempt to ping that ip from inside the remote desktop session,...
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Elastic IP on Amazon EC2 - How does this effect rate limiting?

I have been reading about elastic IP's with Amazon EC2 instances. I was wondering, a lot of the stuff I do with my server is based on IP limits, like for example google map geocoding which is limited ...
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How do I persist a hostname or IP to my Amazon EC2 Instance?

Suppose I spin up a machine in EC2. Every time I stop/start the machine the following things change (reboots are safe--they don't cause these to change): public IP address public DNS record private ...