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Create A Classic Load Balancer In AWS





  1. Launch 2 EC2 instances with IIS installed
  2. Add an inbound rule for port 80 to the security group
  3. Create the classic load balancer
  4. Test the classic load balancer

Launch 2 EC2 Instances With IIS Installed





Add An Inbound Rule For Port 80 To The Security Group




Picture showing adding an inbound rule for port 80 in security group
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  1. Access the IIS home page over the internet in AWS
  2. Enable SSL on IIS

Create The Classic Load Balancer




Picture showing the load balancers menu in AWS console
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Picture showing the Create load balancer button for creating the load balancer
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Picture showing selecting the classic load balancer from the list of load balancers
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Picture showing the screen for adding the load balancer name
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Picture showing the screen for assigning security group to the load balancer
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Picture showing the configure security setting screen
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Picture showing the screen for configuring the health check
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Picture showing selecting the instances for the load balancer
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Picture showing the screen for adding tags on load balancer
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Picture showing the review screen before the creation of the load balancer
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Test The Classic Load Balancer




Picture showing the Description tab that specifies the DNS name and status of the load balancer
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Picture showing the output of classic load balancer in AWS
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Picture showing the output of classic load balancer in AWS
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Posted By  -  Karan Gupta
 
Posted On  -  Tuesday, October 26, 2021

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