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Step 4: Test by Logging in to the Jupyter Server

Now you are ready to log in to the Jupyter notebook server.

Test the server connection

  1. In the address bar of your browser, type the following URL.

    • For windows client, using the public DNS name of the EC2 instance and the Jupyter port number. The Jupyter port is typically 8888.

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      https://EC2-instance-public-DNS:port/

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      https://ec2-111-22-33-11.compute-1.amazonaws.com:8888/
    • For macOS and Linux clients, type the following URL:

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      https://127.0.0.1:8157
  2. If the connection is successful, you see the Jupyter notebook server home page. Type the password that you created when you configured the Jupyter server.

    Now you have access to the Jupyter notebook server that is running on the remote EC2 instance. You can create new notebooks and write Apache MXNet code in Python.