Security Group Video

A Security Group (SG) is a collection of access control rules for ECSs that have the same security protection requirements. SGs are used to improve the security of ECSs.

Application-specific Rule

You can define your own application-specific protection rules to accurately protect the security of applications.

Security Guarantee

Security group rules protect your applications against viruses and Trojan horses.

Multi-Protocol Support

Security group rules can use the TCP, UDP, ICMP, and ANY protocols.

Easy to Use

An easy-to-use unified management console streamlines O&M.

Application Scenarios

  • Attack Defense

Attack Defense

Attack Defense

You can add the ECSs that have the same security requirements to a security group.

Advantages

  • Flexible Configuration

    SG supports the TCP, UDP, ICMP, and ANY protocols and a port number range of 1-65535.

Related Services

ECS

Functions

Rule Customization

You can customize security group rules based on your service requirements.

  • Inbound and Outbound Rules

    You can configure security group rules for inbound and outbound traffic separately.

  • Default Security Groups

    Default security groups are provided, which allow all outbound traffic and allow inbound traffic of ECSs within the same security group.

Getting Started

  • Create Security Group

  • Create Security Group Rule

Create Security Group

Steps

1. Log in to the ManageOne operation plane, and go to the VPC console.

2. In the upper right corner of the page, click Create Security Group.

3. Create a security group.

Note

The system provides a default security group named default.

Create Security Group Rule

Steps

1. Log in to the ManageOne operation plane, and go to the VPC console.

2. Select a security group, and click Add Rule on the Rule tab page.

3. Add rules.

Note

Security group rules include inbound and outbound rules.

Video Tutorials

How Do I Create a Security Group

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