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You have deployed a three-tier web application in a VPC with a CIOR block of 10 0 0 0/28 You initially deploy
two web servers, two application servers, two database servers and one NAT instance for a total of seven EC2
instances The web, Application and database servers are deployed across two availability zones (AZs). You
also deploy an ELB in front of the two web servers, and use Route53 for DNS Web (raffle gradually increases in
the first few days following the deployment, so you attempt to double the number of instances in each tier of the
application to handle the new load unfortunately some of these new instances fail to launch. Which of the
following could De the root caused? (Choose 2 answers)

A.
The Internet Gateway (IGW) of your VPC has scaled-up adding more instances to handle the traffic spike,
reducing the number of available private IP addresses for new instance launches.

B.
AWS reserves one IP address In each subnet’s CIDR block for Route53 so you do not have enough
addresses left to launch all of the new EC2 instances.

C.
AWS reserves the first and the last private IP address in each subnet’s CIDR block so you do not have
enough addresses left to launch all of the new EC2 instances.

D.
The ELB has scaled-up. Adding more instances to handle the traffic reducing the number of available
private IP addresses for new instance launches.

E.
AWS reserves the first four and the last IP address in each subnet’s CIDR block so you do not have enough
addresses left to launch all of the new EC2 instances.

Explanation:
http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonVPC/latest/UserGuide/VPC_Subnets.html

59cbf9b6c476e - Which of the following could De the root caused?

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