I do have the subnet specified, and it’s allocating an IP in that subnet,
but I’d like to configure it with a specific IP address. Failing that, I’d
like to know the algorithm to make sure that the IP doesn’t conflict with
instances already in that subnet.
I don’t need access to the server from external sources, it’s purely an
internal server so no EIP is required.
It just seems like it would be a huge oversight not to allow specifying the
On Wed, Jun 6, 2012 at 5:21 PM, AJ Christensen email@example.com wrote:
you can use -s subnet to specify which subnet the machine should be
launched in. Put it in a subnet with NAT if it needs to get out, or
another subnet & allocate an elastic IP if it needs public tubes.
you could also use ENI and attach EIP to the ENI then programmatically
attach the ENI to the instance as it is launched via CloudFormation
On 7 June 2012 08:39, mark bradley firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I’m trying to use the above command to build/bootstrap a server in our
however I do not see any setting for an IP address.
The instance is, however, created with some IP address.
Is it possible to specify the IP address? If so, how? If not then how are
the IP addresses allocated?