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Viewing Basic Information

This section describes how to view basic information about a protected domain name.

Prerequisites

Login credentials have been obtained.

Procedure

  1. Log in to the management console.
  2. Click in the upper left corner of the management console and select a region or project.
  3. Choose Security > Web Application Firewall. In the navigation pane, choose Domains. The Domains page is displayed, as shown in Figure 1. Table 1 lists the parameters.

    Figure 1 Domains page
    Table 1 Parameter description

    Parameter

    Description

    Name

    Protected domain name

    Mode

    WAF mode of the protected domain name

    • Enabled: WAF is enabled.
    • Disabled: WAF is disabled.
    • Bypassed: In this mode, requests are directly sent to the backend server without passing through WAF.

    DNS

    DNS resolution status

    Protection Status over Past 3 Days

    Protection status of the domain name over the past three days. Choose More >View Attack in the Operation column to view specific protection logs.

    Policy

    Policy configuration of the domain name. Click Configure Policy to configure rules. For details, see Rule Configurations.

  4. In the Name column, click the target domain name. Its information is displayed.
  5. View Basic Information, WAF Information, and Server Information (see Figure 2 and Figure 3).

    In the upper right corner of the domain information page, click to refresh the page.
    Figure 2 Viewing basic information (with a proxy)
    NOTE:
    • Domain ID: unique ID of a domain name that is generated randomly
    • Creation Time: time when a domain name is created
    • Click to copy the value of Access Address, Subdomain Name, TXT Record, or WAF IP Address Range.
    • To update a certificate if Client Protocol is HTTPS, click next to the value of Certificate Name. In the dialog box displayed, select an existing certificate.
    • If your web server stops using a proxy, click next to the value of Proxy Configured. In the dialog box displayed, select No.
    Figure 3 Viewing basic information (without a proxy)
    NOTE:
    • Domain ID: unique ID of a domain name that is generated randomly
    • Creation Time: time when a domain name is created
    • Click to copy the value of CNAME or WAF IP Address Range.
    • To update a certificate if Client Protocol is HTTPS, click next to the value of Certificate Name. In the dialog box displayed, select an existing certificate.
    • If your web server starts using a proxy, click next to the value of Proxy Configured. In the dialog box displayed, select Yes.