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You have a load balancer configured for VPC, and all back-end Amazon EC2 instances are in service.
However, your web browser times out when connecting to the load balancer’s DNS name. Which options are
probable causes of this behavior? Choose 2 answers.

The load balancer was not configured to use a public subnet with an Internet gateway configured.

The Amazon EC2 instances do not have a dynamically allocated private IP address.

The security groups or network ACLs are not property configured for web traffic.

The load balancer is not configured in a private subnet with a NAT instance.

The VPC does not have a VGW configured.

There is no such thing as VGW. Hence E is not correct answer.

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