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Where do I find the public IP of the server launched with ECS?

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Hello!

I can't find a public IP or domain to access the service I launched with ECS.

Okay, so I start with the guided setup:
https://eu-central-1.console.aws.amazon.com/ecs/home?region=eu-central-1#/firstRun
And I stick with every default setting - I don't change anything.

I see the live monitoring of AWS spinning up the cluster. It finishes successful.

What I would expect now is first of all a new EC2 instance in eu-central-1 and also a public IP or domain to admire the sample app. But nothing.

I suppose I am fundamentally misunderstanding something here.

Kind Regards

Raffael

Edited by: Raffael on Jan 6, 2019 9:19 AM

Edited by: Raffael on Jan 6, 2019 9:19 AM

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The EC2 instances in the cluster cannot be directly accessed. They are only indirectly accessible via the Elastic Network Interface. This ENI can be found either directly in the EC2-MC or a link in the information on the running cluster. The ENI features the necessary public IP.

answered 4 years ago

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