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In many cases, binding to 0.0.0.0 is the best course of action unless you have a specific reason to bind only to a specific address. But I assume that what you're doing isn't working, because you're trying to bind to the instance's public IP address, which you'll find (via ifconfig) your IP stack isn't aware of. AWS instances are only natively aware of ...


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AWS runs network address translation between your instance and the internet. So, the AWS instance might be reachable by the IP address 08.08.08.0808, however the server is actually configured to use 88.88.88.88. What I need to do was bind to the internal IP of the server which I found with ifconfig.



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