Web Application Firewall (WAF) is able to defeat CC attacks. WAF can work with Anti-DDoS Pro to provide an all-out protection against non-HTTP requests.
Log in to the WAF Console and select Instance Management -> Instance List on the left sidebar to enter the instance list.
On the page, select an instance, and click Domain Name Connection to add a domain name.
On the domain name connection page, click Add Domain Name and configure the following parameters as needed:
Domain Name Configuration
Proxy: select "No". If WAF works with Anti-DDoS Advanced, select "Yes".
Enable WebSocket and Load Balancer: select according to your situation.
If the real server has multiple intermediate IPs, choose a load balancing strategy as needed. The round-robin strategy will distribute requests of the source IP across real servers in order, while the IP hash strategy will forward requests of the source IP to the same real server. Round-robin is used by default.
Log in to Anti-DDoS Pro Console and select Anti-DDoS Pro > Service Packs on the left sidebar.
Select a region of the target Anti-DDoS Pro instance and click Protected Resource on the right of the instance.
Select "Web Application Firewall" as the resource type, and set the IP address of the WAF instance.
For a CLB WAF instance, select "Load Balancing" as the resource type, and set the public IP address of the instance.