Disassociate ElasticIP from one instance and use for the other

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Is it possible to disassociate an Elastic IP address from an instance and use the same for another instance?
Apr 11 in AWS by Jobin
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You can disassociate an Elastic IP address from a resource, and reassociate it with a different resource. Any open connections to an instance continue to work for a time even after you disassociate its Elastic IP address and reassociate it with another instance. We recommend that you reopen these connections using the reassociated Elastic IP address.

answered Apr 11 by Meg

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