Ease of Use
You can easily bind and unbind EIPs on the console. You can also dynamically scale the bandwidth included in the EIP subscription to meet changing requirements.
EIPs are available on a pay-per-use (bandwidth usage or amount of traffic is billed) and yearly/monthly basis.
You can configure multiple EIPs to share the same bandwidth and thereby streamline costs.
The EIP binding and unbinding operations, and bandwidth adjustments that you perform take effect immediately.
An EIP is a static IP address that is reachable from the Internet. You can bind an EIP to your cloud resource to enable communication with the Internet.
You can easily unbind an EIP from a cloud resource and bind it to another cloud resource. This allows you to use the EIP quota to meet changing service requirements.
Yearly/monthly subscriptions and shared bandwidth help reduce costs.
EIPs can be individually purchased and flexibly used.
Both dynamic and static BGP protocols are provided to meet different requirements.
EIPs can be purchased separately. They do not need to be purchased together with any other cloud resource.
An EIP can be flexibly bound to or unbound from any ECS, BMS, NAT gateway, load balancer, or virtual IP address.
Dynamic BGP bandwidth
A maximum of 21 concurrent connections to multiple carriers over the dynamic BGP protocol reduce network latency and ensure network stability.
Static BGP bandwidth
Connections to multiple carriers over static BGP protocol ensure high-speed connectivity and cost-effective bandwidth.
Shared bandwidth reduces cost.
EIPs can be managed easily.
Multiple EIPs can use the same share bandwidth to improve bandwidth usage and lower O&M costs.
Shared data package
Save money by having your bandwidth fees automatically deducted from a package.
The billing mode and bandwidth modifications on pay-per-use EIPs take effect immediately.
Easy to use
EIPs can be easily managed on the console or using APIs.