After you add your service to Anti-DDoS Pro, you can view the events and details of attacks on the Attack Analysis page. This allows you to obtain an overview of the protection status. You can also provide feedback on protection effectiveness. This topic describes how to view information on the Attack Analysis page.
- An Anti-DDoS Pro instance is purchased. For more information, see Purchase mitigation plans for Anti-DDoS Pro and Anti-DDoS Premium.
Note Only Anti-DDoS Pro supports attack analysis. If your service is added to Anti-DDoS Premium, you can view the protection status of your service traffic on the Security Overview page. For more information, see Check security overview.
- Your service is added to Anti-DDoS Pro.
The Attack Analysis page in the Anti-DDoS Pro console shows the events and details of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. The attacks include web resource exhaustion attacks, connection flood attacks, and volumetric attacks. On the Attack Analysis page, you can view information of an attack event, such as the attack target, start time, end time, and peak attack traffic. You can also provide feedback on protection effectiveness.
For more information about DDoS attack types, see Common DDoS attack types.
- Log on to the Anti-DDoS Pro console.
- In the top navigation bar, select Mainland China.
- In the left-side navigation pane, click Attack Analysis.
- On the Attack Analysis page, select an attack type and time range to query attack events.
The Attack Analysis page shows the following information:
- Attack type: Select Web Resource Exhaustion Attack, Connection Flood Attack, Volumetric Attack, or All attack types.
- Time range: Select One Day, Seven Days, or One Month. Alternatively, specify a specific time range. You can query attack events over the last 180 days.
- In the upper part of the page, Peak of Volumetric Attack (bps), Peak of Connection Flood Attack (cps), and Peak of Web Resource Exhaustion Attack (qps) are displayed.
- In the lower part of the page, the attack events are displayed. The information of each attack event contains Attack type, Attack target, Starting and ending time, and Peak of Attack.
If you have suggestions or questions about the protection effectiveness on an attack event, click Feedback in the Actions column to submit your feedback. All suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
- Optional:View the details of a Volumetric Attack event.You can view the details of a Volumetric Attack event. Event details are not provided for connection flood attacks or web resource exhaustion attacks.
On the Attack Analysis page, find a Volumetric Attack event and click View details in the Actions column. The Details of the incident page appears. You can view the event details and configure protection settings.The Details of the incident page shows the following information:
- In the upper part of the page, Attack Time, Attack Target, Peak of attack bandwidth (Gbps), and Peak of attack packet (Kpps) are displayed. You can click Mitigation Settings for Attack Target to go to the General Policies page. On this page, you can modify the protection settings.
- Attack protection details: shows the trends of inbound and outbound traffic, traffic scrubbing bandwidth, and traffic scrubbing packets during the attack.
- Attack source IP: shows the source areas and IP addresses of attacks. In the list, the top 10 IP addresses
from which the most attacks are initiated are displayed. You can click More to view information about the top 100 IP addresses.
If you want to block traffic from specific IP addresses, click Blacklist Settings in the lower-left corner of the Attack source IP section. On the General Policies page, configure Blacklist and Whitelist (Instance IP). For more information, see Configure a blacklist and whitelist for an instance IP address.
- Attack source area: shows the distribution of areas from which attack traffic is originated. You can
click More to view the proportions of requests from different areas.
If you want to block traffic from specific areas, click Geo-blocking Settings in the lower-left corner of the Attack source area section. On the General Policies page, configure Blocked Regions. For more information, see Configure blocked regions.
- Attack source ISP: shows the distribution of ISP networks from which attack traffic is originated. You can click More to view the proportions of requests from different ISP networks.
- Attack type: shows the distribution of attack types. You can click More to view the proportions of different attack types.