Denial of service attacks apparently from UUNET Netblocks

Alex Przekupowski oop at
Tue Oct 7 16:04:27 UTC 1997

On the MAX's that I have set up, I log that info to syslog (Local 7), and
can pull it up at will.  If you need a hand, just let me know.  By
combining the syslog output, and the RADIUS accounting logs, we can
definately prove at least the home address of the attacker.

Alex P

On Tue, 7 Oct 1997, Eric Wieling wrote:

> On Tue, Oct 07, 1997 at 01:03:14AM -0400, Charles Sprickman wrote:
> > I would not be surprised if the caller's phone number were logged, most
> > modern modem banks talk ANIS and DNIS, which if I'm remembering correctly
> > is basically caller ID.  I'm thinking of putting this on our POP, as there
> > doesn't seem to be an extra charge to get the data from the telco.
> Unless you are using CallerID authentication, the Ascend MAXes do not
> log the caller's number.  I assume that the TNT's have the same
> problem.
> --Eric
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