Accessing Tomcat on local machine browser deployed on Elastic instace of Bamboo ( amazon Ec2)

I have following instance (elastic) setup for Bamboo.

For build and deployment I have put tomcat on it and running on Port 8080. My build is successful and deployment is also successful through Bamboo Tomcat task ( localhost:8080/tomcat-manger)

After application is deployed just to test from my PC I tried to access console from my local PC.

The URL is not working. What is the public domain name for Amazon /Bamboo elastic instance, how should I refer it so I can access the tomcat application over internet at my local browser.

Appreciate your help.

Thanks again!

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AWS instances make use of a NAT infrastructure where the instances itself don't be assigned with a "real" IP address. To get this working, set your EC2 instance security to forward this port (on the administration console, not on the instance itself).

Maybe this document will help you:

Lucas Lima

THanks This makes sense, I will take a look at the document !

Thanks much, Lucas Lima. Indeed it's very helpful to me.

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