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Minor Resolved · almost 2 years ago · lasted over 1 year
7:50 AM PST AP-NORTHEAST-2 리전의 단일 가용 영역 (APNE2-AZ1) 내에서 TLS를 사용하는 Network Load Balancer의 네트워크 연결 문제를 조사하고 있습니다. 다수의 가용 영역을 사용하도록 구성된 Network Load Balancer는 이슈의 영향을 받는 가용 영역으로부터 자동으로 장애 조치되어 그 영향을 완화하게 됩니다. 영향을 받은 한개의 가용 영역 만을 사용하도록 구성된 Network Load Balancer에 대해선, 이슈가 완전히 해결 될 때까지 문제를 완화하기 위해 고객이 다른 가용 영역에 대체 Network Load Balancer를 생성 할 수 있습니다. 질문이 있으시거나 운영상의 문제가 발생하는 경우 https://console.aws.amazon.com/support의 AWS 지원 센터를 통해 AWS 기술지원 부서에 문의하십시오. | We are investigating network connectivity issues for Network Load Balancers using TLS within a single Availability Zone (APNE2-AZ1) in the AP-NORTHEAST-2 Region. Network Load Balancers configured for multiple Availability Zones will automatically fail away from the affected Availability Zone, mitigating any impact. For Network Load Balancers configured for only the affected Availability Zone, customers can create a replacement Network Load Balancer in another Availability Zone to mitigate the issue until it is fully resolved. If you have an...
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