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Configuring an Advanced HTTP Anti-CC Defense Policy

Last updated: 2019-01-14 15:51:07

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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.
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  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.
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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.
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  2. Click List of bound IPs and click Add IP.
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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.
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  2. Click "Advanced Configuration". Click Bind, select an anti-CC defense policy and click OK.
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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.
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  2. Click Protected IP List, select the IP to be configured and click "Configure HTTP anti-CC defense policy".
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