After you set up an Anti-DDoS Pro instance to protect your services and the service traffic is rerouted to the instance, you can view traffic statistics and information about DDoS attack prevention on the Security Reports page.

Prerequisites

An Anti-DDoS Pro instance is purchased and your service is protected by the instance.
Note Only Anti-DDoS Pro supports the Security Reports feature. If you use Anti-DDoS Premium, we recommend that you view the service protection information on the Security Overview page.

Procedure

  1. Log on to the Anti-DDoS Pro console.
  2. In the top navigation bar, select Mainland China.
  3. In the left-side navigation pane, click Security Reports.
  4. On the Reports page, click the following tabs to view relevant reports: Service, Anti-DDoS Protection, and HTTP Flood Protection.
    • View the service report of protected service.

      Click the Service tab, select the Anti-DDoS Pro instance and ports that you want to view and specify a time range to view the trend of inbound traffic, trend of outbound traffic, and connections of the protected services during that time.

      Note You can query traffic information and connections from the last 30 days.
      Service tab

      You can also move the slider to adjust the time range. This function facilitates time-specific queries.

    • View the anti-DDoS protection report of protected service.

      Click the Anti-DDoS Protection tab, select the Anti-DDoS Pro instance that you want to view and specify a time range to view DDoS attacks at and traffic information of the protected services during that time.

      Note You can query traffic information and DDoS attacks from the last 30 days.
      Anti-DDoS Protection tab
      Note Anti-DDoS Pro and Anti-DDoS Premium automatically filter out malformed packets, such as small SYN packets and packets that do not meet TCP requirements, such as invalid SYN flags. This way, your servers do not allocate resources to manage malformed packets. Anti-DDoS Pro and Anti-DDoS Premium take the filtered malformed packets into account in the scrubbed traffic statistics. This means that the traffic chart may show a traffic scrubbing event even if the size of the network traffic received by the server does not exceed the traffic scrubbing threshold.
    • View HTTP flood protection record of protected services.

      Click the HTTP Flood Protection tab, select the domain name and specify the time range to view the information about queries per second (QPS) and HTTP flood attacks during that time.

      Note You can query information about QPS and HTTP flood attacks from the last 30 days.
      HTTP Flood Protection tab