Understanding the Community Modes in AWS ECS

If utilizing the EC2 launch sort, the allowable community mode relies on the underlying EC2 occasion’s working system. If Linux, awsvpc, bridge, host and none mode can be utilized. If Home windows, solely the NAT mode is allowed.

If utilizing the Fargate launch sort, the ‘awsvpc’ is the one community mode supported.

Amazon ECS job networking

The networking conduct of Amazon ECS duties hosted on Amazon EC2 cases depends on the community mode outlined within the job definition. The next are the accessible community modes. Amazon ECS recommends utilizing the awsvpc community mode until you may have a particular want to make use of a distinct community mode.

  • awsvpc — The duty is allotted its personal elastic community interface (ENI) and a major personal IPv4 deal with. This provides the duty the identical networking properties as Amazon EC2 cases.
  • bridge — The duty makes use of Docker’s built-in digital community which runs inside every Amazon EC2 occasion internet hosting the duty.
  • host — The duty bypasses Docker’s built-in digital community and maps container ports on to the ENI of the Amazon EC2 occasion internet hosting the duty. Because of this, you possibly can’t run a number of instantiations of the identical job on a single Amazon EC2 occasion when port mappings are used.
  • none — The duty has no exterior community connectivity.

For extra details about Docker networking, see Networking overview

  • NAT – Docker for Home windows makes use of a distinct community mode (generally known as NAT) than Docker for Linux.

Notice: Should you create an ECS job defintion within the AWS console and select EC2 launch sort there’s a “Community Mode: possibility. ECS will begin your container utilizing Docker’s default networking mode, which is Bridge on Linux and NAT on Home windows. (NAT) is the one supported mode on Home windows.

Fargate job networking

By default, each Amazon ECS job on Fargate is offered an elastic community interface (ENI) with a major personal IP deal with.

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