Billing

Last updated: 2019-06-14 19:16:49

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What is public network downstream traffic of COS?

This refers to the traffic generated when you directly download objects via the objects' domain name links or browse objects via the static website URLs. For more information on COS billing, see Billing Instructions and Product Pricing.

How is the CDN origin-pull traffic of COS billed?

The CDN origin-pull traffic refers to the traffic generated when the CDN pulls resources from COS with COS as the origin after the CDN acceleration is enabled. For more information on COS billing, see Billing Instructions and Product Pricing.

Will traffic fees be generated when the Tencent Cloud products in the same region access each other?

Tencent Cloud products within the same region access each other over private networks by default and no traffic fee is charged. For more information, see How to Identify a Private Network Access.

If my account is in arrears and COS service is suspended, can I still access and download files via the COS Console?

If your COS service is suspended because your account is in arrears, your have no access to the console. Your data will be retained for 120 days. If you fail to renew your account to make your account balance greater than or equal to 0 within this period, your data will be terminated. For more information, see Arrears.

Will traffic fees be generated when the objects stored in COS are under DDoS attacks?

DDoS attacks on objects do not cause traffic fees. COS buckets come with the hotlink protection feature, which can reduce the impact of DDoS if enabled. For more information, see Hotlink Protection Settings.