Every time I stop and start my Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instance, the auto-assigned public IP address connected with it changes. How can I provide my Windows or Linux EC2 instance a permanent public IP address that doesn’t change when I stop and start the instance?
What is the meaning of an elastic IP address?
A static public IPv4 address associated with your AWS account in a certain Region is known as an Elastic IP address. An Elastic IP address is kept after you stop and relaunch your instance in a virtual private cloud, unlike an auto-assigned public IP address (VPC).
You can use one of the following methods to associate an Elastic IP address with your EC2 instance at any time.The Amazon EC2 console
When working with static IP addresses, keep the following in mind:
Follow these procedures to assign and associate an Elastic IP address to your EC2 Windows or Linux instance:
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