Updated on 2024-02-29 GMT+08:00

What Is the Peak Rate of CC Attack Protection?

It depends on the WAF edition you are using. For details, see Table 1.

Table 1 Peak rate of CC attack protection

Edition

Peak rate of normal service requests

Peak rate of CC attack protection

Standard

  • 2,000 QPS
  • WAF-to-Server connections: 6,000 per domain name

100,000QPS

Professional

  • Service requests: 5,000 QPS
  • WAF-to-Server connections: 6,000 per domain name

300,000QPS

Platinum

  • Service requests: 10,000 QPS
  • WAF-to-Server connections: 6,000 per domain name

1,000,000QPS

Dedicated WAF

The following lists the specifications of a single instance.

  • Specifications: WI-500. Referenced performance:
    • HTTP services - Recommended QPS: 5,000. Maximum QPS: 10,000.
    • HTTPS services - Recommended QPS: 4,000. Maximum QPS: 8,000.
    • WebSocket service - Maximum concurrent connections: 5,000
    • Maximum WAF-to-server persistent connections: 60,000
  • Specifications: WI-100. Referenced performance:
    • HTTP services - Recommended QPS: 1,000. Maximum QPS: 2,000.
    • HTTPS services - Recommended QPS: 800. Maximum QPS: 1,600
    • WebSocket service - Maximum concurrent connections: 1,000
    • Maximum WAF-to-server persistent connections: 60,000
NOTICE:

Maximum QPS values are for reference only. They may vary depending on your businesses. The real-world QPS is related to the request size and the type and quantity of protection rules you customize.

  • Specifications: WI-500. Referenced performance:

    Maximum QPS: 20,000

  • Specifications: WI-100. Referenced performance:

    Maximum QPS: 4,000

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