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Application Load Balancer payload limit?
Hello, I was curious what the maximum payload ammount is for an application load balancer? For example, what is the size limit that an ALB will allow a json request body to be for an HTTP post call. Is 100MB the limit? i've checked https://docs.aws.amazon.com/elasticloadbalancing/latest/application/load-balancer-limits.html for quotas but I'm not seeing payload listed.
need help about load balancer
hello guys , i am new at amazon ec2 , i want to use application load balancer , i already post 1 time but that method didn't worked for me , i have currently 1 instances right now , i wanna use application load balancer on it , currently i am using cloud panel and WordPress and i am running 3 WordPress website on it , i want to use load balancer so i can use WAF & Shield and CloudFront cdn , please help me anyone
Healthd service not sending data to ElasticBeanstalk
Hi, I'm deploying an app on tomcat8 on 2 t3.micro instances hosted both on a private subnets with NAT access to 2 public subnets, and registred as targets on an Application loadbalancer. My environment works well except that it doesn't receive data from the instances for the enhanced health check. I've checked `/var/log/healthd/daemon.log` and find this error `Aws::Errors::MissingCredentialsError) unable to sign request without credentials set. Backing off by 200 seconds in addition to delay interval` as a Warning when I was assigning public IP addresses to my instances and a classic loadbalancer the health checks pass but now it doesn't. Is there another config to add in order to make it work ? Thanks
Is it possible to setup a NLB forwarding to ALB having NLB endpoint secured?
Hi I have an NLB( internet-facing, public subnet) forwarding traffic to ALB(internal; private subnet) with ECS backend services. That works great , but essentially what I want is to have https://api.example.com, but haven't found a way to make that work. Is this even possible? What I am trying to do is pretty much is outlined in this question https://repost.aws/questions/QUoy9PIqmzTOOFo27QHdAoGA/traffic-doesnt-flow-whe-using-alb-as-a-target-of-nlb.
ALB rules disappear when alternating kubectl and terraform
Months ago I created a Load Balancer Controller ingress with two listeners, 80 and 443, using a Kubernetes manifest. Port 80 has a number of rules attached to it, and port 443 has only one rule attached. The rules forward to target groups based on pods in EKS. This has worked fine. Just before summer I added some rules to the 443-listener using a terraform script. These rules forward to a target group defined for a network load balancer. During summer and until now this has also worked fine. So, the problem: if I deploy a new application in EKS using the same load balancer with a new port 80 rule, the terraform-created 443-rules disappears. This also happens if I delete the ingress for one of the 80-rules using kubectl delete. After such new-application or delete operation I have to re-apply the terraform script to get the 443-rules back in. The main question is; what needs to be done in order to make the terraform-generated 443-rules persist? Any help shedding a light on whats going on, or even better, helping me solve the problem will be highly appreciated. Best regards globus68-2
Possible to prevent Application Load Balancers from routing direct-IP access to target groups?
When we all launch ALBs, they can be resolved by IP - that's just how the internet works (I get it). In our case, however, all legitimate traffic will have an FQDN in the host header, e.g.: valid request ``` GET https://validdomain.com/foo ``` invalid request ``` GET https://10.23.122.110/foo ``` I've pulled up the ALB listener rules, and it seems that while it is able to examine the Host header, it is not possible to use regular expressions in the condition - which makes it useless in this scenario. Had it accepted regex, I'd have been able to block IPV4/6 patterns and respond with a fixed 400. Has anyone solved ensuring that requests have a domain in the host request? Thanks! Alex
Is AWS shield Standard automatically applied?
We're using route53 in front of cloudfront and Application Loadbalancer. Now, we have plan to apply AWS Shield Standard to prevent DDOS attacks. But there is no functions on AWS Console to apply AWS Shield Standard (Only there be Advanced) Is the AWS Shield Standard automatically set up on route53, application loadbalancer(ELB), Cloudfront distributions? There is no more tasks to apply AWS Shield Standard for our applications. right? (We are also using WAF to prevent L7 layer ddos with rate-based rules)
CloudFront with ECS Blue/Green Deployments
I have a setup with CloudFront as CDN and application on ECS cluster. As we are using ECS Blue/Green deployment, production listener port 443 & test listener port 8443 are being used in ECS service and the same ports are registered as listeners in application load balancer. Route 53 A record has alias to Cloudfront distribution. And the origin is application load balancer and only https traffic on 443 port is allowed in CloudFront distrubution. When request is sent to application on 443 port for example, portal.example.com; it works. But the request is timed out when it is sent on 8443 port for example, portal.example.com:8443. I am able to launch application on both ports using Application Load Balancer's domain name which means there is no restriction on 8443 port at Load Balancer, EC2, VPC, Subnet, Security Group or NACL layers. I thought the issue is due to https port configured on CloudFront distribution and changed it to 8443. Still portal.example.com:8443 doesn't work and getting timed out. I couldn't get why the request is not passing through cloudfront and reaching load balancer on 8443 port. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Note: There is no WAF ACL used in cloudfront
Unable to configure Application Load Balancer using Cognito client App which has no secret
Hello, I try to setup environment in which Cognito user pool Application is linked to the Application Load Balancer Listener. When I try to use App client created with no secret I get an error "The user pool client must have a client secret" . Client App has been created with no secret in order to use TOTP. My question is whether there is a limitation to use App client without secret linked to the ALB ? br Jacko