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TOPIC: Blocking a synflood with IPCOP.

Re: Blocking a synflood with IPCOP. 12 years 3 months ago #24245

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Didn't have the time to properly test it today.
And I will do so on Tuesday(Mind you, GMT timezone).
All I did was the port forwarding to the (web)server.
And Installed a network protocol analyzer on the server to monitor any activity.

Re: Blocking a synflood with IPCOP. 12 years 3 months ago #24250

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Today I had the chance to test it.
Port 80 was forwarded to the server.
The client connected to the red interface could see the test web page properly.
Then I enabled the flood, IPCOP did nothing to block the flood.
I left it enabled for a few seconds, and in this time the server had received 60.000 syn packages.

Re: Blocking a synflood with IPCOP. 12 years 3 months ago #24285

Can you provide the actual results of your test?

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