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You can control whether your instance receives a public IP address by doing the following: A public IP address is assigned from Amazon's pool of public IP addresses; it's not associated with your account.When a public IP address is disassociated from your instance, it's released back into the pool, and is no longer available for you to use.

You can control whether your instance receives a public IP address by doing the following: A public IP address is assigned from Amazon's pool of public IP addresses; it's not associated with your account.When a public IP address is disassociated from your instance, it's released back into the pool, and is no longer available for you to use.You can assign additional private IP addresses, known as secondary private IP addresses, to instances that are running in a VPC.

Amazon EC2 and Amazon VPC support the IPv4 and IPv6 addressing protocols.For more information, see Public IP Addresses in the .If you require a persistent public IP address allocated to your account that can be assigned to and removed from instances as you require, use an Elastic IP address instead. If your VPC is enabled to support DNS hostnames, each instance that receives a public IP address or an Elastic IP address is also given a public DNS hostname.You cannot manually associate or disassociate a public IP address.Instead, in certain cases, we release the public IP address from your instance, or assign it a new one.Your VPC can operate in dual-stack mode: your resources can communicate over IPv4, or IPv6, or both.IPv4 and IPv6 addresses are independent of each other; you must configure routing and security in your VPC separately for IPv4 and IPv6.Amazon Linux versions 2016.09.0 and later and Windows Server 2008 R2 and later are configured for DHCPv6.For other AMIs, you must manually configure your instance to recognize any assigned IPv6 addresses.If you don't specify a primary private IP address, we select an available IP address in the subnet range for you.For more information about network interfaces, see Elastic Network Interfaces in the .

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