Unbind and release an EIP - Elastic IP Address
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 ...
Create an EIP - Elastic IP Address
Gateway. The EIP then acts as a public IP to provide the resource with Internet access.
You can create an Elastic IP Address (EIP), then bind it to an ECS or SLB instance of the VPC network, or a NAT ...
Allocate a public IP - Virtual Private Cloud
If a VPC ECS instance needs to access the Internet, you can choose to allocate a public IP for it when creating the ECS set a network bandwidth peak. The value must be larger than 0 so that a public IP will be allocated to the ECS instance after it ...