An EIP is a public IP address that can be accessed directly over the Internet. An EIP consists of a public IP address and some amount of public network egress bandwidth. EIPs can be bound to or unbound from ECSs, BMSs, virtual IP addresses, NAT gateways, and load balancers.
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How Do I Change the Billing Mode?
How Do I Change the Bandwidth Billing Option from Bandwidth to Traffic or from Traffic to Bandwidth?
What Are the Differences Between an EIP, a Private IP Address, a Floating IP Address, and a Virtual IP Address?
How Do I Assign or Retrieve a Specific EIP?
How Do I Check Whether the Bandwidth Exceeds the Limit?
What Are the Differences Between Static BGP and Dynamic BGP?
Can I Increase My Yearly/Monthly Bandwidth Size and Then Decrease It?