Overview

Last updated: 2020-10-15 10:49:34

    The LVB Console provides configurations for you to quickly implement basic features such as LVB domain name management, LVB stream management, transcoding and recording. In addition, it enables you to perform various operations such as web push, acceleration configuration, resource monitoring and log management.

    Prerequisites

    • You have activated the LVB service.
    • You have logged in to the LVB Console.

    Overview

    Click Overview on the left sidebar, and you can view the relevant data such as yesterday's traffic fees, real-time data of live streaming, number of concurrent connections, and the trends in billable bandwidth and traffic in the last few days, switch the billing mode, or change the time granularity. You can click User Access Guide in the top-right corner to view the directions for getting started with LVB.

    Billing overview

    Statistical ItemDescription
    Yesterday's traffic usage It displays the fees incurred by the downstream traffic/bandwidth generated in yesterday's LVB playback. You can select daily traffic billing or daily bandwidth billing as the billing mode.

    Switch the billing mode
    If the current billing mode is daily billing, you can click Switch in the Yesterday's Traffic Usage statistical item to view the billing mode switch reminder. Click OK to switch the billing mode. For more information on billing mode switch, please see Billing Mode Change.

    For more information, see LVB Pricing.

    Today's data

    It displays the downstream peak bandwidth, downstream traffic usage, and number of concurrent connections in LVB for today.

    Statistical ItemDescription
    Current downstream bandwidth It displays the current downstream peak bandwidth generated by playback acceleration under all playback domain names.
    Today's downstream traffic It displays today's total downstream traffic generated by playback acceleration under all playback domain names.
    Concurrent connections If the playback protocol is RTMP or FLV, the number of concurrent connections is the number of online viewers. If the playback protocol is HLS, the number of concurrent connections dose not mean the number of online viewers.

    Usage trend

    It mainly displays the LVB usage trends for today, yesterday, last 7 days, and last 30 days, including the "bandwidth trend" and "traffic trend".

    Statistical ItemDescription
    Bandwidth trend It displays the total downstream peak bandwidth consumed by the acceleration service under all playback domain names in the queried time period.
    Traffic trend It displays the total downstream traffic consumed by the acceleration service under all playback domain names in the queried time period.

    Change time granularity

    The LVB Console allows you to change the time granularity used when viewing the trends in billable bandwidth or traffic by clicking Time Granularity and selecting the desired option on the right.

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