Unable to ping to my EC2 Instance.

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I am unable to ping to my ec2 instance, I do have a public ip assigned to my instance. Can someone help?
Jan 14 in AWS by Anjali
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Make sure the Amazon network rules allow Echo Requests

Go to the Security Group for the EC2.

  • right click, select inbound rules
  • A: select Add Rule
  • B: Select Custom ICMP Rule - IPv4
  • C: Select Echo Request
  • D: Select either Anywhere or My IP
  • E: Select Save
This will help you get access to your instance from outside the network.
answered Jan 14 by Pranjali

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