Elastic IP

Elastic IP (EIP) is an IP address which can be bound to any KEC, EPC, or SLB instance in your account. When an instance is faulty, you can detach the EIP from the instance and attach the EIP to another instance to ensure business continuity. EIP provides a variety of billing modes to address different business scenarios.
Benefits
Features
Scenarios
Customers

Benefits

Resource Decoupling

IP and network bandwidth resource pooling can bind flexibly to any host or SLB, which belongs to your account until it is released.

Bandwidth Cost Saving

Provide a variety of billing methods to meet different application scenarios. You can choose the appropriate billing method according to your needs. The cost will be calculated according to the configuration bandwidth with IP occupancy fee for free, thus saving your bandwidth cost.

High Availability Service

It can be associated with KEC, SLB, or EPC instances. When a resource failure occurs, you can quickly switch to other resources, thus improving service availability.

Multiple Lines

Support dynamic BGP, China Telecom, China Unicom, China Mobile and other lines with a maximum of 15Gbps to secure stable lines for users.

Effective Resource Usage

EIP can be added to shared bandwidth to make efficient use of bandwidth resources.

Features

Resource Association

Associate with KEC, EPC and SLB instances at any time; you can quickly switch to different resources to improve service availability.

Flexible Bandwidth Adjustment

Bandwidth is flexibly adjusted for business changes and achieve network elasticity.

Accurate Charging

Support annual and monthly payments as well as monthly payments by days to minimize your cost by accurate charging.

Flexible Use

Shared bandwidth can be used together with the EIP of the same region, the same billing method and line type to improve the utilization of resources.

Scenarios

EIP binding diagram

EIP binding

EIP binding

Kingsoft Cloud EIP can be bound to KEC, EPC and SLB. This diagram is the simplest scenario that KEC is bound to EIP for Internet access.