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Joe Drumgoole

you say, "Addresses which you have allocated but not associated with an instance will cost you $.01 per hour". Does this mean once they are allocated they are free or is there a charge after that.

Luca Zappa

Elastic IP Addresses ... great news!

Now, we are waiting to have a permanent storage for EC2 instead of the actual ephemeral ;)

Toby Johnson

Great news! With Elastic IP addresses Amazon has now addressed the one issue keeping me from using EC2 for all my sites.

Jim Porter

When can we see multiple ip addresses to one machine? I am currently using elastic ip's with our ec2 machine but to keep our cost low we need to have multiple ip's on a machine for SSL. I understand this might be more complicated than a 1:1 NAT but it seems to me some nice routing rules would make this easy to implement.

Dido

To Find public ip addresses ,Some online tools are available.
http://www.ipaddressfinder.info

Dmitry

I wonder why they are called Elastic IPs since you can have only one per instance. That's really limiting. Usualy we had 5 by default per physical server instance.

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