Exclusive Public Network Billing
Last updated: 2019-08-15 10:59:28PDF
Before reading this document, you need to learn about CVM's Overview of Billing Methods for Public Network.
Here we describe exclusive public network's billing methods. For shared network billing methods, see Billing of Shared Public Network.
The network fees billed by traffic depend only on the outbound traffic of a single CVM, regardless of the CVM billing method (prepaid or postpaid). You can set the maximum bandwidth for the CVM. Packet loss occurs when the instantaneous bandwidth exceeds this limit.
Bill-by-traffic is simple and pay-as-you-go. The network cost depends on the outbound traffic per unit time. This mode is suitable for customers with fluctuating network requirements to cut cost.
Traffic per unit prices vary across regions. See the below table:
|Mainland China, Hong Kong (China), Seoul||0.12 USD/GB|
|Singapore,Silicon Valley,Virginia,Toronto & Frankfurt||0.08 USD/GB|
|Bangkok & Mumbai||0.1 USD/GB|
|Tokyo & Moscow||0.13 USD/GB|
In the Select a region and a model step, select Prepaid or Postpaid as the billing method; in the Select a storage and a network step, select Bill-by-traffic as the bandwidth-based billing method. Network costs are billed separately based on the actual traffic usage. The billing is accurate to seconds and is settled on an hourly basis.
This billing method supports adjusting (upgrading or degrading) the bandwidth cap at any time and the change takes effect in real time.
Bill-by-traffic is calculated based on the actual outbound traffic. You can prevent traffic overflow in a short time by setting the maximum bandwidth.
Bandwidth cap options
Bandwidth cap: The options vary with different payment methods and CVM configurations. For more information, see Bandwidth Cap of Public Network.
The postpaid bill-by-traffic mode of the exclusive network is available for prepaid and postpaid CVMs.