Bamboo OnDemand Instances are Elastic IP's mandatory?


Can anyone confirm if Bamboo OnDemand instances MUST have an Elastic IP (public IP address) attached?

We are trying at the moment to get it working without and have not been successful yet.

The instance does have complete internet access for outbound connections via a gateway.

I notice that port 26224 on the "elasticbamboo" security group and wondered if that was a port that Bamboo uses to connect inbound to the running instance?



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On OnDemand, EIPs are mandatory only if you use VPCs.

You can't use custom routings though.

Yes it is inside a VPC, thats a bit of a shame about the EIP as I was hoping to run the instance in a private subnet.

Never mind, thanks for quick response :)

With VPCs & OnDemand, the idea is that you can talk to your other instances and your private server room over a private subnet. OnDemand is not a part of your VPC, unfortunately.

The communication channel between Bamboo and an EC2 instance (regardless whether it's VPC or EC2) is encrypted and mutuallly authenicated with keys generated per EC2 instance. It's secure.

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