Creating the Private Security Group - Fluid Topics - 3.9 - Technical Notes

Prepare AWS for an Installation of Fluid Topics on Multiple Servers

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  1. Check "Create a new security group".

    Checking "Create a new security group"
  2. Enter a name for the security group.
    We recommend using "Fluid Topics private group".
  3. Enter a description for the security group.
    We recommend using "private security group".
    1. Configure SSH as follows:

      Configuring SSH
      • Type: SSH
      • Protocol: TCP
      • Port Range: 22
      • Source: enter one of the following. The source is the responsibility of the customer.

        My IP: only the creator of the instance (whose IP will be displayed) can access the security group.

        Custom IP: all IPs entered in this field can access the instance (one IP per line).

        Anywhere: the security group can be accessed from anywhere.

        We recommend entering AT LEAST "My IP".

    2. Click Add Rule.
    3. Select All traffic.
    4. Configure All traffic as follows:

      Configuring "All traffic"
      • Type: All traffic

        All traffic allows communication between all instances within this security group.

      • Protocol: All
      • Port Range: 0-65535

        We recommend using all port range, but this parameter can be configured for security reasons.

      • Source: Custom IP

        We recommend at first to enter the IP of the subnet. In our example:

        This should be edited when creating a new subnet in the future).

        It is also possible to enter the IP of the VPC. In our example:

    5. Click Review and Launch.