Tuesday, 17 January 2017

How do you assign private IP addresses to Amazon EC2 instances within a VPC?

When you launch an Amazon EC2 instance within a VPC, you may optionally specify the primary private IP address for the instance. If you do not specify the primary private IP address, AWS automatically addresses it from the IP address range you assign to that subnet. You can assign secondary private IP addresses when you launch an instance, when you create an Elastic Network Interface, or any time after the instance has been launched or the interface has been created.


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