This topic describes how to set up Anti-DDoS Pro by using domains to enable DDoS protection and HTTP flood protection for your website.
|Step 1: Add a website||In the Anti-DDoS Pro console, add your website to associate its domain with an Anti-DDoS Pro instance, and configure traffic forwarding.|
|Step 2: Change DNS records||Modify the DNS records of your domain to forward incoming traffic to your site to
the Anti-DDoS Pro instance that is associated with your domain.
After DNS records are modified, all traffic to your protected domain is forwarded to Anti-DDoS Pro first. Anti-DDoS Pro filters out malicious traffic and forwards traffic back to the origin server.
|Step 3: Configure DDoS protection policies||After you set up an Anti-DDoS Pro instance to protect your service, Anti-DDoS Smart
Defense is enabled by default. You can modify the following DDoS protection policies
to meet your changing needs:
scrubbing mode, blacklist and whitelist, black hole, and traffic blocking.
|Step 4: Configure HTTP flood protection policies||After you set up an Anti-DDoS Pro instance to protect your service, you can configure
the following HTTP flood protection policies to protect your site against HTTP flood
blacklist and whitelist, HTTP flood protection.
|Step 5: View security reports and log data||After you set up an Anti-DDoS Pro instance to protect your service, you can view security reports and log data in the Anti-DDoS Pro console.|