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Configuring an Advanced HTTP Anti-CC Defense Policy

Last updated: 2020-01-14 11:13:06


Aegis Anti-DDoS provides advanced protection policies against HTTP CC attacks. The anti-CC defense policy triggers CC protection when the number of HTTP requests exceeds the set QPS value. For more information on the configuration, see Custom Advanced Security Policy.

Adding a CC Protection Policy

  1. Go to the Aegis Anti-DDoS Console, click Advanced HTTP Anti-CC Defense Policy* in the left pane, and click **Add Policy. After successful addition, click Configuration in the "Operation" column to enter the policy configuration page.
  2. Configure options such as HTTP QPS request threshold, URL whitelist, IP blacklist and whitelist and custom anti-CC defense mode based on business characteristics and protection requirements. Click OK to finish adding the policy.

Binding an Anti-CC Defense Policy Directly to a Protected IP

  1. Click Advanced HTTP Anti-CC Defense Policy* in the left pane, and click a **Policy ID.
  2. Click List of bound IPs and click Add IP.

Binding a DDoS Protective IP with an Anti-CC Defense Policy

  1. Click DDoS Protective IP and select a protective IP to enter the DDoS protective IP details page.
  2. Click "Advanced Configuration". Click Bind, select an anti-CC defense policy and click OK.

Configuring an Anti-CC Defense Policy for a Protected IP Under a DDoS Protection Pack

  1. Click DDoS Protection Pack and select a protection Pack ID to enter the DDoS protection pack details page.
  2. Click Protected IP List, select the IP to be configured and click "Configure HTTP anti-CC defense policy".