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  • MASTERROSHI's post contains the answer - thank you very much. Summary and slightly more thorough explanation for the solution: In AWS, NAT for elastic public IPs is done outside the internet gateway. So it's essentially on the edge of the VPC. Remember, when you created two subnets, WAN and LAN, they are both within your…
  • Hi Saravanan, Unfortunately that does not answer the question. I already had an elastic IP address associated with the X1 (eth0) interface. I stated that I was able to deploy the NSv, and also ping existing LAN IPs from the NSv. What I don't know how to do is configure additional EC2 instances to have public services, such…