udp fragments, 1472 bytes payload
leigh.porter at ukbroadband.com
Wed Aug 15 06:01:37 UTC 2007
I guess if they are from different source addresses, varying UDP ports
etc and the total bandwidth in infeasible for a typical video stream..
Thankfully it sounds quite easy to build a filter for.
Marshall Eubanks wrote:
> Are you sure you don't have a customer watching streaming video ?
> On Aug 14, 2007, at 7:20 PM, Miguel Mata wrote:
>> I'm being attacked with UDP fragments having a payload 1472 bytes. Seems
>> like a DDoS that only likes to suck bandwidth.
>> Anyone on the same coaster? drop me a line.
>> Miguel Mata
>> Gerente de Operaciones
>> Intercom El Salvador
>> mmata at intercom.com.sv
>> voz: ++(503) 2278-5068
>> fax: ++(503) 2265-7024
>> "Intercom, sus Telecomunicaciones en buenas manos"
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