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Re: any solutions against ddos attack??
From: Jon Kibler <Jon.Kibler () aset com>
Date: Tue, 10 Jun 2008 10:55:15 -0400

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MontyRee wrote:
Hello list.


I have experienced lots of ddos attacks(over 2~4Gbps) since last year.

You really didn't give enough information for an answer.

What types of DDoS attacks? Protocol Attacks? Bandwidth Starvation
Attacks? Service Starvation Attacks?

Are the attacks against a single server or the entire organization? Is
it one site or multiple sites?

DDoS attacks are a hard problem. Each type of attack has an entirely
different approach to reducing its impact. You really need to give us A
LOT more information before anyone can make useful and informed suggestions.

Jon Kibler
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