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Bind an EIP - NAT Gateway Documentation
Before configuring DNAT or SNAT entries, you must bind an EIP to a NAT Gateway. Prerequisite If you have purchased a NAT bandwidth package before January 26, 2018, you are not allowed to bind an EIP to NAT ...
Bind an EIP - Virtual Private Cloud Documentation
Procedure Log on to the EIP console and click Apply for Elastic IP. On the purchase page, select the region, bandwidth, and purchase quantity for the EIP, and then click Buy Now. Complete the payment. On the Elastic IP Address List page, choose a region ...
Unbind and release an EIP - Elastic IP Address Documentation
You can unbind and release an Elastic IP Address (EIP) when Internet access is no longer required. After an EIP address is unbound, you still need to pay the retention fee. To avoid unnecessary cost, release the EIP after unbinding it ...
Elastic IP Address (EIP) FAQ - Elastic IP Address Documentation
1. What is the difference between an EIP and a public IP address of an ECS instance? A public IP can be found on the private NIC of the ECS instance, while an EIP is a NAT IP that is mapped to the private NIC of ...
Convert public IP address to EIP address - Elastic Compute Service Documentation
, (referenced as VPC instance for short in this article), to an elastic public IP (EIP) address. After conversion, you can retain the public IP address and bind it to another ECS instance. Limits To convert a public IP address to an EIP address ...
Manage an added EIP - Internet Shared Bandwidth Documentation
After you add an EIP to an Internet Shared Bandwidth instance, you can bind the EIP to a cloud resource and use the bandwidth of the Internet Shared Bandwidth. You can unbind an EIP from a cloud product or remove the EIP from an Internet ...
Add an EIP - Global Acceleration Documentation
After creating a shared-bandwidth instance, you need to add an EIP to it to accelerate the Internet access. Background information After being added to a shared-bandwidth instance, the EIP ...
Bind an EIP - Virtual Private Cloud Documentation
If the ECS instance does not have a system allocated public IP, you can bind an EIP to the ECS instance to access the Internet. An EIP is a public IP address resource that you can purchase and possess independently. It can be dynamically bound to a VPC ...
Create an EIP - Elastic IP Address Documentation
You can create an Elastic IP Address (EIP), then bind it to an ECS or SLB instance of the VPC network, or a NAT Gateway. The EIP then acts as a public IP to provide the resource with Internet access. Procedure Log ...
Unbind an EIP - Virtual Private Cloud Documentation
Procedure Log on to the EIP console. On the Elastic IP Address List page, click the region of the Elastic IP address to be released. Next to the target EIP, click Unbind In the Unbind Elastic IP Address dialog, click OK to confirm your operation. Click ...