Using static IP in Elastic Beanstalk

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Is it possible to get a static IP for a load balanced app using Elastic Beanstalk? I need a static IP address to allow access to a firewalled network. 

Using route53 to host my app does not ensure a static IP because it is essentially using a CNAME allowing the IP behind the scenes to change. It that right?

Mar 18 in AWS by datageek
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I found this in the documentation:

You can deploy an Elastic Beanstalk application in a load balancing, autoscaling environment in a VPC that has both a public and private subnet. Use this configuration if you want Elastic Beanstalk to assign private IP addresses to your Amazon EC2 instances.

This might help your situation

answered Mar 18 by Archana
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