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What is the difference between a private and a public IP address?
A private IPv4 address, regardless of whether it is a primary or secondary address, remains associated with the network interface when the instance is stopped and started, or hibernated and started, and is released when the instance is terminated. A public IP address is an IPv4 address that’s reachable from the Internet.
Where can I find the public IPv4 address?
The public IPv4 address is displayed as a property of the network interface in the console, but it’s mapped to the primary private IPv4 address through NAT. Therefore, if you inspect the properties of your network interface on your instance, for example, through ifconfig (Linux) or ipconfig (Windows), the public IPv4 address is not displayed.
Can I create a VPC with a private IPv4 address range?
You can create a VPC with a publicly routable CIDR block that falls outside of the private IPv4 address ranges specified in RFC 1918. However, for the purposes of this documentation, we refer to private IPv4 addresses (or ‘private IP addresses’) as the IP addresses that are within the IPv4 CIDR range of your VPC.
What is a private IPv4 address and how is it allocated?
A private IPv4 address is an IP address that’s not reachable over the Internet. You can use private IPv4 addresses for communication between instances in the same VPC. For more information about the standards and specifications of private IPv4 addresses, see RFC 1918. We allocate private IPv4 addresses to instances using DHCP.