This topic describes how to view the monitoring data of an Anycast elastic IP address (Anycast EIP). You can view metrics such as bandwidth and packet loss rate.

Procedure

  1. Log on to the Anycast EIP console.
  2. On the Anycast Elastic IP Addresses page, find the Anycast EIP that you want to manage. Then, use one of the following ways to navigate to the page that displays monitoring data:
    • Click the Monitoring metrics icon in the Monitoring column.
    • Find the Anycast EIP that you want to manage and click its ID. On the details page of the Anycast EIP, click the Monitor tab.
  3. On the Monitor tab, select the region where an access point is deployed. You can view monitoring data of the connection that is established between the access point and the client.

    By default, the system displays metrics within the last one hour. You can select other time ranges from the Time drop-down list in the upper-left corner. Supported time ranges are 3 hours, 6 hours, and 12 hours. You can also specify a custom time range. The following table describes the monitoring metrics of an Anycast EIP.

    Monitoring metric Description
    Inbound/Outbound Bandwidth The inbound and outbound bandwidth of the connection that is established between the access point and the client. Unit: bit/s.

    You can also set the unit to Kbit/s, Mbit/s, or Gbit/s by selecting a value from the drop-down list.

    Inbound/Outbound Bandwidth Usage The inbound and outbound bandwidth usage of the connection that is established between the access point and the client. Unit: %.
    Inbound/Outbound Packet Rate The rates of inbound and outbound packets of the connection that is established between the access point and the client. Unit: packet/s.
    Inbound/Outbound Bandwidth Dropped The inbound and outbound packet loss rates during throttling. Unit: bit/s.

    You can also set the unit to Kbit/s, Mbit/s, or Gbit/s by selecting a value from the drop-down list.

    Inbound/Outbound Packet Rate Dropped The inbound and outbound packet loss rates during throttling. Unit: packet/s.