Solutions for DoS & DDoS
amaged at gmail.com
Fri Dec 7 03:17:52 UTC 2012
The most popular solution is Arbor Clean pipes. they have different ways
you can get this :
On Thu, Dec 6, 2012 at 5:26 PM, Erol Blakely <erol at easydns.com> wrote:
> My experience with most providers has been that null routing is the
> "industry standard" when a DDoS hits their network.
> I would suggest approaching companies who specialize in DDoS mitigation -
> Prolexic and Blacklotus to name two I am familiar with. These outfits may
> have something that works for a non-profit from a pricing point of view.
> Ping me off list, I deal with a few providers and may be able to point you
> in the right direction.
> On 2012-12-06 3:53 PM, Steve wrote:
>> The ideal solution is a carrier that has its own true DDoS mitigation
>> platform, and does not rely on black hole routing . Have the carrier handle
>> the the large bulk flood attacks, then have your own prem base mitigation
>> platform take care of the more application specific attacks that get
>> through .
>> This represents the best solution , and also the most expensive . So it
>> may not work for a non profit.
>> This Email was sent from Steve's iPad
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>>> Date: Thu, 6 Dec 2012 09:51:21 -0800
>>> From: Mike Gatti <ekim.ittag at gmail.com>
>>> To: NANOG list <nanog at nanog.org>
>>> Subject: Solutions for DoS & DDoS
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>>> Hello Everyone,
>>> I'm assisting a non-profit organization to research solutions to secure
>>> their network from DOS/DDOS attacks. So far we have gone the route of
>>> discussing with their ISP's to see what solutions they have to offer,
>>> believing that the carriers are better positioned to block the attack from
>>> the source.
>>> I wanted to get the lists thoughts on our approach going the carrier
>>> route and/or hear about successful implementation of other solutions.
>>> Michael Gatti
>>> (UTC -8)
>>> End of NANOG Digest, Vol 59, Issue 24
> Erol Blakely
> easyDNS Technologies Inc.
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