This document describes the use limits of AIA.
The network bandwidth cap configured for an Anycast EIP refers to the maximum outbound bandwidth, i.e., the bandwidth flowing out from the Anycast EIP. The supported network bandwidth cap is 1-2000 (inclusive) Mbps.
An Anycast EIP created after July 20, 2021, 00:00:00 restricts the total outbound bandwidths of a single IP to the bandwidth cap. However, the bandwidth cap configured for Anycast EIPs created before the time point still restricts the maximum bandwidth going to a single region.
To restrict the total outbound bandwidths of an Anycast EIP created before July 20, 2021, you can adjust the bandwidth cap to apply the new rule.
|Single instance||The peak bandwidth of instances including public IP and EIP in a single bandwidth package is 2 Gbps. The peak bandwidth is only regarded as the maximum possible peak bandwidth, and not as the committed bandwidth. In case of resource contention, the peak bandwidth may not reach this value.|
|Single region||The sum of peak bandwidths of all the running instances billed on bandwidth packages cannot exceed 50 Gbps in one region. If your application requires a guaranteed or higher bandwidth, contact your sales rep or contact us.|