Load Balancers User Interface

Load balancers mainly use the following page on Cockpit, enabling you to create and manage your resources and displaying information about them.

You can also get information about your resources using AWS CLI. For more information, see Getting Information About Your Load Balancers.

Load Balancers Page

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The name of the load balancer, that you specify when creating it.

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The type of load balancer (Internet-facing or internal). For more information, see About Load Balancers.

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The ID of the Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) in which the load balancer is, if any.

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The DNS name of the load balancer.

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(VPC only) One or more security groups associated with the load balancer. For more information, see About Security Groups in LBU.

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The panel displaying detailed information about the load balancers that are in VPCs. To access this information, click the load balancer, and then click either Health Checks, Listeners or Instances.

For more information about these panels, see the corresponding sections below.

Health Checks Panel

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The routing protocol and port to check, in the protocol:port format.

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The number of seconds between two pings.

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The maximum waiting time for a response before considering the instance as unhealthy, in seconds.

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The number of consecutive failed pings to consider the instance as unhealthy.

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The number of consecutive successful pings to consider the instance as healthy.

Listeners Panel

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The routing protocol.

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The port on which the load balancer is listening.

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The port on which back-end instances are listening.

Instances Panel

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The ID of the VPC in which the instance is, if any.

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The name of the instance, which you can add using a Name tag. For more information, see Tagging Your Resources.

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The ID of the instance.

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The state of the instance.

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The public IP of the instance, if any.

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