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From Coder One <coder_...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Full power of AWS EC2 Client?
Date Sun, 24 Nov 2013 23:52:18 GMT
Could you help with some sample code?  I have looked at both ContextBuilder.buildApi, ComputeServiceContext
unwrap(), unqrap(TypeToken<C>  tt) but was stumped.  

It looks to me that buildApi, unwrap would return a AWSEC2Api but that class does not have
the "full power" of the native AmazonEc2Client.  

I could create a separate AmazonEC2Client to deal just with Amazon specific portion, but if
there is a way to get the AmazonEC2Client from jclouds API, that would make the code a bit
nicer -- one instead of two initialization paths.

On Sunday, November 24, 2013 1:47 PM, Ignasi <ignasi.barrera@gmail.com> wrote:
Not sure about the ip address thing, but you can get the provider-specific api easily:
- calling the "unwrapApi" method in the ComputeServiceContext.
- or if you don't plan to use the portable compute service you can just create the api directly
instead of creating the compute context by calling the "buildApi" method in the ContextBuilder.

El 24/11/2013 20:48, "Coder One" <coder_lol@yahoo.com> escribió:

Another puzzle piece, in 1.6.2-incubating or any newer version, how do I assign private
IP/network interfaces to my AWS EC2 instances?
>I have manged to bring up multiple instances in the right VPC, Subnet, Security Group,
key pair.  Now, I need to be able to assign the instance specific primary and secondary private
IP addresses and add network interfaces.
>Related question, is there a way to get a reference to the full AWS EC2 client?
>AWS Docs
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