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Associate an ACM SSL/TLS certificate with Load Balancer

by | Sep 8, 2021

Wondering how to associate an ACM  SSL/TLS certificate with Load Balancer? We can help you.

As a part of our AWS Support Services, we often receive similar requests from our AWS customers.

Today, let’s see the steps followed by our Support Techs to help our customers.

How to associate an ACM SSL/TLS certificate with Load Balancer?

ACM is integrated with Elastic Load Balancing.

You can Request a Public Certificate using ACM or Import a Certificate into ACM.

After you create or import your certificate, you can associate the certificate to your Classic, Application, or Network Load Balancer.

Today, let us see the steps followed by our Support Techs to perform the task.

Associate an ACM SSL certificate with a Classic Load Balancer

  1. Firstly, open the Amazon EC2 console.
  2. In the navigation pane, choose Load Balancers. Then, choose your Classic Load Balancer.
  3. Choose the Listeners tab, and then choose Edit.
  4. For Load Balancer Protocol, choose HTTPS.
  5. For SSL Certificate, choose Change.
  6. Then, select Choose a certificate from ACM.
  7. Select the certificate from Certificates drop-down list, and then choose Save.

Associate an ACM SSL certificate with an Application Load Balancer

  1. Firstly, open the Amazon EC2 console.
  2. In the navigation pane, choose Load Balancers, and then choose your Application Load Balancer.
  3. Choose Add listener.
  4. For Protocol, choose HTTPS.
  5. Then for port, choose 443.
  6. For Default action(s), choose Forward to, and then select your ALB target group from the drop-down menu.
  7. For Default SSL certificate, choose From ACM (recommended) and then choose the ACM certificate.
  8. Finally, choose Save.

Associate an ACM SSL certificate with a Network Load Balancer

  1. Firstly, open the Amazon EC2 console.
  2. In the navigation pane, choose Load Balancers, and then choose your Network Load Balancer.
  3. Choose Add listener.
  4. For Protocol, choose TLS.
  5. Then for port, choose 443.
  6. For Default action(s), choose Forward to, and then select your NLB target group from the dropdown menu.
  7. For Default SSL certificate, choose From ACM (recommended) and choose the ACM certificate.
  8. Finally, choose Save.

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