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Jan. 14, 2022, 12:55 a.m. | /u/epmallmann

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Hi there. I have an instance with an elastic IP on a public subnet. Now I need to split this instance in four, but I need the same IP to all of them.

Our customers add this IP on their firewall.

What is the best approach to achieve this? I thought about adding the new instances on a private subnet and use the Elastic IP on the NAT gateway. is this right? is there any other solution?

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