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Failure to connect to the ESP for a new AWS Cluster

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Tue Apr 30, 2019 11:35 am Change Time Zone

Hi there,

I have tried to launch two different clusters in different regions. Both appear to be initialised OK.

I launched them from the site and can see them running OK in AWS.

However, any attempt to access the ESP on port 8010 for returns a server failure error.

Are the default security groups being created OK or am I missing a step in the process.
Happy to provide more information if anyone has any ideas
All the best
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Thu May 09, 2019 5:45 pm Change Time Zone

Hi Mark,

Sorry for the delay in reply, did you ever get this issue resolved?


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Mon May 13, 2019 7:29 am Change Time Zone

Hi Bob,
Yes I did, thanks - Franz Nisswandt managed to help me debug the problem.

The ESP Page was being blocked by a particular VPN server in the UK. When I rerouted my connection to a US based server the connection was allowed.

On a separate point, is it possible to launch a smaller (Optional) AWS server instance. The current default is a Large and costs quite a bit for R&D,
Thanks again
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