Simply unzip ElasticLoadBalancing.zip into a directory and use the individual commands such as elb-create-lb and elb-register-instances-with-lb.
The archive comes with a more extensive README file that explain how to use the command line client in more detail. You can also refer to Using the Command Line Tools
in the Elastic Load Balancing Developer Guide
Having problems or questions? Please post to the EC2 Forum
where we will be happy to help.
- Version 22.214.171.124: Support for configurable idle timeouts.
||Support for configurable idle timeouts.
||Support for Connection Draining.
||Support for Access Logs.
||Support for cross-zone load balancing.
||Support for internal load balancing in Amazon VPC.