Will Network Load Balancer have static IP?

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When you create a network load balancer, will it have a static IP?
May 14, 2019 in AWS by Meg

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Each NLB provides a single IP for each AZ. If you have one instance in one AZ and another instance on another AZ, then two different IP's will be assigned and managed by NLB. Connection to the IP address will spread traffic across the instances in all the VPC subnets in the AZ. So basically all NLB provides the same IP for instances on the same Availability Zone. 

answered May 14, 2019 by Rakshi

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