Test by Logging in to the Jupyter notebook server - Deep Learning AMI
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Test by Logging in to the Jupyter notebook server

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

Your next step is to test the connection to the server through your browser.
  1. In the address bar of your browser, type the following URL, or click on this link: https://localhost:8888

  2. With a self signed SSL certificate, your browser will warn you and prompt you to avoid continuing to visit the website.

    SSL warning

    Since you set this up yourself, it is safe to continue. Depending your browser you will get an "advanced", "show details", or similar button.

    SSL warning confirmation

    Click on this, then click on the "proceed to localhost" link. If the connection is successful, you see the Jupyter notebook server webpage. At this point, you will be asked for the password you previously setup.

    Now you have access to the Jupyter notebook server that is running on the DLAMI. You can create new notebooks or run the provided Tutorials.