Skip to main content

How to Expose Port Number on Amazon Instance

Learn how you can expose a port number 80 or 8080 or 3306 from your Amazon EC2 Instance.

There are too many Enterprises Application is running on Amazon Cloud Computing. Amazon provides them full Remote based Windows, Linux Operating system where you can do anything like you do with your PC.

After configuring servers for your enterprise application you are trying to access this server from web but when you call it from other pc using amazon provided ec2 link or ip address then its says oops or some error based on browser.........


Why the port is not exposing because amazon has good security.To enable it follow the below steps.


  • Login to Amazon Instance : Amazon webservice > aws.amazon.com
  • After successful login Go to Amazon EC2 ( Easy Cloud Computing)
  • Select the region on the Navigation bar.
  • Click on Instances on the Navigation bar
  • On the table see the Security Group that your instance is using
  • Now go back to Navigation Bar > Network & Security > Security Groups
  • On the table select the select the security group in which your instance is running
  • Once you select the security group you will be seeing a new window at the bottom with Details and Inbound tab.
  • Select the inbound tab
  • If you want HTTP access then chose TCP and if you want something else then chose from the drop down menu.
  • In the port range enter the port number which you want to expose it and source is "0.0.0.0/0" without quotes and now add rule then Apply Rule changes.

That's it. Now your port number is available for public...

Comments

  1. DreamHost is ultimately the best website hosting company for any hosting plans you might require.

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Connect To JioFi Device Without Knowing The Passwords Using WPS

If someone in your home or your friends are using Jiofi device and he/she is not sharing the password with you then i am going to share you a simple trick, so you can easily connect to the jiofi router without the need of password and start using the unlimited internet.

This trick can be achieved using the WPS technology (Wi-Fi Protected Setup; originally, Wi-Fi Simple Config) is a network security standard to create a secure wireless home network.

Follow the steps to get the internet for free using the "WPS Push Button Method"
Go to your Wifi Settings in your smartphone device like Android Turn on your Wifi Click the option button and select the  "WPS push button" and you will be seeing the popup window like this below picture.
Now take your JioFi Device and in the right side, you will seeing the WPS button  Hold the WPS button for few moments and see the Jiofi display, so the wifi icon will blink. After few seconds, your smartphone device would have shared the Wifi…

Five More Indian Languages - Google Translate

Google Translate add 5 more indian language translation like Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Tamil and Telugu.Till Today Google Translation supports 63 languages. As a indian bloggger its a happy to announce that all indic languages sites and blogs become internationalized one. All indic bloggers and sites owners have to attach the google translate widgets to their sites so that the internationalized reader can realize the value of your blog and may be a chance of becoming the readers.



How to Add The Google Translate Widgets on Blog or Sites

Just Add the Below code to internationalized your blog or site

<div id="google_translate_element"></div><script>
function googleTranslateElementInit() {
new google.translate.TranslateElement({
pageLanguage: 'en'
}, 'google_translate_element');
}
</script><script src="//translate.google.com/translate_a/element.js?cb=googleTranslateElementInit"></script>

If you want to customize the Goog…

Samsung Android 6.0 Marshmallow Supported Devices

Android Marshmallow is finally available. List of Samsung Device that can be upgraded to Android 6.0 Marshmallow.


Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ Samsung Galaxy Note5Samsung Galaxy A8Samsung Galaxy A7Samsung Galaxy S6 edgeSamsung Galaxy S6Samsung Galaxy Note 4Samsung Galaxy AlphaSamsung Galaxy S5