The following table summarizes the peak bandwidth limit of Server Load Balance for each region.

Note
  • The internal peak bandwidth is 5 Gbit/s in all regions.
  • The peak inbound and outbound bandwidths of pay-by-bandwidth instances are the same.
  • The peak bandwidth of a pay-by-traffic instance is used as a reference and the upper limit of the peak bandwidth. It cannot be used as a guaranteed workload performance indicator.
  • The peak bandwidth of a pay-by-bandwidth instance is used as a guaranteed workload performance indicator.
  • When SLB instances compete for resources, the peak bandwidth of pay-by-bandwidth instances are guaranteed but the peak bandwidth of pay-by-traffic instances may be limited.
Region Peak bandwidth
China (Qingdao) 5 Gbit/s
China (Hangzhou) 5 Gbit/s
China (Beijing) 5 Gbit/s
China (Shanghai) 5 Gbit/s
China (Shenzhen) 5 Gbit/s
China (Zhangjiakou) 5 Gbit/s
China (Hohhot) 5 Gbit/s
China (Hong Kong) 2 Gbit/s
US (Virginia) 1 Gbit/s
US (Silicon Valley) 2 Gbit/s
Japan (Tokyo) 1 Gbit/s
Singapore (Singapore) 5 Gbit/s
Australia (Sydney) 1 Gbit/s
Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur) 5 Gbit/s
UAE (Dubai) 500 Mbit/s
Germany (Frankfurt) 1 Gbit/s
India (Mumbai) 5 Gbit/s