To add listeners to an existing Amazon Elastic Load Balancer (ELB).
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When you first create a new Elastic Load Balancer, it's automatically set up with one listener already predefined. By default, an ELB will be configured to listen over HTTP on port 80 and forward traffic to port 80 on the receiving EC2 instances, which are typically your application servers.
If you wish to add additional listeners or make changes to existing ones, you can do so under the Listeners tab of an ELB.
Go to Clouds > AWS Global > Load Balancing.
Select an existing ELB from the list.
Click the Listeners tab.
In order to add a Listener, you must specify the following information:
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