What is an External IP?
External IP is a publicly accessible static IP address that can be used to connect to the private IP address of your instance. An external IP will link to an internal IP and functions as NAT (Network Address Translation) to enable your instance or load balancer to connect to the internet.
Enhance the Security with DDoS Protection
Every traffic using our external IP service will be immediately secured from DDoS attacks by the on-demand DDoS protection. This service helps improve the security of your instance while maintaining the lowest possible latency during the normal situation.
Immediately protect you from DDoS attack without manual configuration
Terabit DDoS filtering capacity
Shield against both domestic and international DDoS threats with scrubbing centers around the world
Low latency during regular operations
High-quality production at a cost-effective price
How does the DDoS Protection work?
Our DDoS protection provides an additional layer of protection that helps secure your websites, applications, and the entire networks from various types of cyber attacks, especially DDoS attacks, on layer 3 and 4.
The DDoS protection works by analyzing your incoming traffic (ingress) to detect if there are any threats. In case of there are no threats, the traffic will bypass the scrubbing center and proceed through our NIX links, resulting in an exceptionally low latency during peacetime.
When it detects threat traffic, the traffic will be sent through the Global Scrubbing Centers network to distinguish between legitimate traffic and malicious visitors. Any traffic identified as a threat will be blocked, ensuring that only clean traffic can access your instance.
Reliable Product from Stormwall
Our DDoS protection is a service that we have partnered with Stormwall, the Cybersecurity-as-a-Service provider with 2023 Gold Globee® Cybersecurity Awards in Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) Solution. We have researched and chosen the best provider to high to ensure high security and reliability.
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