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This tab allows you to view details about the load balancer and edit or add listeners, if necessary.
Clicking the down arrow from the Actions menu allows you to delete the load balancer.
This section shows the name, the creation time and the source security group associated with the load balancer. A special source security group is used to ensure back-end instances only receive traffic from your load balancer and is a non-editable entity. The only value you may change is the amount of time a connection to an instance can be idle before timing out. To change the idle timeout, type a new value in the Idle timeout (secs) control or use the up and down arrows to adjust the values incrementally.
This section shows what listeners are currently assigned to the load balancer, but you may add more or edit one by deleting it and adding a new listener. A listener checks the connection requests from the client to the load balancer (client-side) and ports that the load balancer uses to monitor and route incoming traffic to the load balancer's registered instances (instance-side). A default listener is pre-defined with an HTTP protocol port 80 on the client and the instance side. You cannot edit the protocol or port associated with the listener. However, you may delete a listener and re-add a new one with a different protocol or port.
The ability to apply a security policy is only available if HTTPS or SSL is specified as the protocol.
The ability to apply an SSL certificate is only available if HTTPS or SSL is specified as the protocol.
This section allows you to enable and disable logs, view or change the location for where the logs are stored, and other collection information defined in the Access Logs section of the Create Load Balancer Wizard.
This section is only visible for load balancers in a VPC environment. The VPC network name and ID associated with the load balancer is not editable you may edit the security groups, if necessary.