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comment EC2: is an instance's public DNS stable? Can I rely on it not changing?
@Jesse ELBs (Elastic Load Balancers) do not use Elastic IP addresses. In fact, ELBs change IP addresses all the time and cannot be made permanent at all. Elastic IPs are applied to EC2 instances and so are exactly what is needed for the original question.
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revised EC2: is an instance's public DNS stable? Can I rely on it not changing?
Updated to include notes about instances inside of VPC which behave differently from classic EC2.
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answered What is the easiest way to duplicate an existing s3 bucket (excluding data)?
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comment Amazon S3 to Glacier with Lifecycle - No Glacier Available
In what region is the S3 bucket?
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comment How to restrict outbound EC2 to only access S3?
Here are the S3 endpoints: docs.aws.amazon.com/general/latest/gr/rande.html#s3_region
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comment How to restrict outbound EC2 to only access S3?
The IP address ranges do not specify S3 endpoints.
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