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For configuring listeners:
To learn how to set up a basic HTTP/TCP load balancer using the AWS Management Console, see Get Started with Elastic Load Balancing.
For information on how to set up an HTTPS/SSL load balancer with cipher settings and back-end authentication, see Create a Load Balancer with SSL Cipher Settings and Back-End Server Authentication.
For information on how to set up a basic HTTP/TCP load balancer within Amazon VPC, see Deploy Elastic Load Balancing in Amazon VPC.
For information on adding a listener to an existing load balancer, see Adding a Listener to your Load Balancer .
For information on deleting a listener from an existing load balancer, see Delete a Listener from Your Load Balancer.
For performing Elastic Load Balancing tasks:
If you haven't already, install the tools you plan to use for performing Elastic Load Balancing tasks. For information on installing the command line interface or the Query API, see Get Set Up with Elastic Load Balancing Interfaces.
For information on using the various features supported by Elastic Load Balancing, see Using Elastic Load Balancing.
For detailed descriptions of the Elastic Load Balancing API operations, see the Elastic Load Balancing API Reference.
For detailed descriptions of the Elastic Load Balancing commands, see the Elastic Load Balancing Quick Reference Card.