Getting Started with Amazon AWS
AWS services or capabilities described in AWS documentation might vary by Region. To see the differences applicable to the China Regions, see Getting Started with Amazon AWS.

Internal Access Account

An Internal Access Account provides limited access to Amazon AWS services. Internal Access Accounts are granted to Amazon AWS customers who don't intend to host public content directly from their Amazon AWS accounts, and to customers who want to host public content but have not yet completed ICP recordal. With Internal Access Accounts, public access is restricted as follows:

  • In Amazon EC2, all common internet ports (except ports 22 and 3389) are blocked. Internal ports remain available.

  • In Amazon S3, buckets are not allowed to serve content for public anonymous access, and pre-signed URL functionality is disabled.