Working with Requester Pays Buckets. How to enable Requester Pays for a Bucket.
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Working with Requester Pays Buckets

Requester Pays Buckets Overview

Using Requester Pays feature you can configure your bucket in a way that all data transfer costs are paid by users who download the data. In other words, you configure buckets to be Requester Pays when you want to share data but not want to pay fees associated with others accessing the data.

With S3 Browser Freeware you can easily configure your bucket to be Requester Pays or use Requester Pays bucket shared by other Amazon S3 users.

To enable/disable Requester Pays status for a Buckets

1. Select the bucket you want to enable/disable Requester Pays for.

2. Click Buckets -> Properties. The Properties tab will open:

Bucket Properties tab

Open Bucket Properties to enable/disable Requester Pays

3. Click on Requester Pays link to enable/disable Requester Pays status.

Note: you will also need to grant access to the bucket to the user(s).

To connect to Requester Pays Bucket

1. Follow these instructions to add the bucket shared by another Amazon S3 user.

2. When you open Requester Pays bucket, the following dialog appears:

Requester Pays confirmation dialog

Requester Pays confirmation dialog

3. Click Yes to access Requester Pays bucket.

Note: YOU WILL PAY for your requests and the data download.

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