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Step 1. Set up HTTP protection

Last Updated: Nov 05, 2018

HTTP website protection only supports TCP 80 port. If your web service needs to run on other ports, such as 8080, select layer 4 port (non-website access) protection.


  1. Log on to the Anti-DDoS Pro console.

  2. Go to Access > Web Service, and then click Add Domain to add the domain that you want to protect.

    Add domain

  3. Input Domain Name, and Origin site domain or Origin site IP address accordingly.

    Input the domain info


    • Domain name supports wildcard names. For example, “*.abc.com” can be used to match “www.abc.com”, “mail.abc.com”, and “blog.abc.com”.
    • Up to 50 domain names can be added to a virtual IP address for HTTP forwarding.
    • More than one origin IP address can be added. Multiple origin IP addresses must be separated by commas.
    • Up to 20 origin IP addresses can be added to a domain name.
  4. Click Next, and then select Anti-DDoS Pro instances and ISP lines for the domain.

  5. Click OK. A new domain entry will be added.

    A domain entry added.

  6. Click Setting under the created domain, and operate the HTTP Flood Protection switch to enable or disable corresponding protections, which is enabled by default.

    Protection setting

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