Private DNS is billed by the number of private domains and DNS queries and settled by calendar day. If a private domain is deleted in less than 24 hours after creation, no fees will be charged for the domain itself, but fees will be charged for the DNS queries. The fees will be rounded to two decimal places.
The pricing is as follows:
Prepaid value-added services are provided on a pay-as-you-go basis. Value-added services will first be paid using the prepaid “domain package/traffic package” (if any) in the current account, and those out of the package will be settled on the next day. For more details, see Value-Added Service Packages.
There is a cache TTL mechanism for DNS queries. The DNS queries in Private DNS are counted based on the actual origin-pull requests and billed. You need to set the local NSCD cache to reduce original pulls.
If the TTL for querying
cloud.tencent.com is set to 300s and 1,000 queries are made within the TTL, the query counted in the statistics and billed is only the original-pull request made after the TTL expires.
Private DNS supports billing by deduction from value-added service packages. You can check the billable items on the Private DNS buy page in the Private DNS console.
For use details, see Value-Added Service Packages.
An enterprise user of Private DNS purchases a value-added traffic package of 5 million DNS queries one day, and at this moment the user has a free tier of 5 million queries/month and 5 million queries in the traffic package. If the user uses the DNS service, the free tier will be deducted first; after the free tier is used up, the traffic package will be deducted; after the traffic package is used up, the service will be automatically charged on a pay-as-you-go basis.
If you have problems when using the product, please feel free to contact us.