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    DOS Denail of service AAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHH

    Its like adding more and more padlocks and they get bigger and bigger bulldozers

    The more holes i plug the bigger the torpedo

    OK the short story so far added norton internet security rebuild machine cleanned all malware

    stopped the little blighters but now its like i pissed them off

    I now get DOS attacks to my

    Linksys BEF11S4.v4 wireless router thats hardwired to my machine

    the dopuble wammey is that i have voice over ip so when my router goes i have no phone and my wife is expeting any day now

    How do i stop / trace the little bastards?????


    Very Madaxe

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    You should get a new router.


    I have had some problems with my BEF11S4. You are far better off with the WRT54G.

    You are going to have to talk to your ISP about stopping the DoS.

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    You might want to get a new IP address. see this link Or your ISP might be able to give you another one. In any event, you should report this to your ISP as Dopp said.
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    I doubt that changing the IP will do anything... according to one of his other posts, he is running a webserver... This generally indicates that he has some sort of DNS service... If there is a static host/domain name, the IP is irrelevant.

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    Originally posted here by d0pp
    I doubt that changing the IP will do anything... according to one of his other posts, he is running a webserver... This generally indicates that he has some sort of DNS service... If there is a static host/domain name, the IP is irrelevant.
    Good point Dopp. My bad.
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    Didnt realize there were 2 threads on this

    http://www.antionline.com/showthread...665#post888665

    As stated already...contact your isp......maybe they can block it and report it

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    OK will contact my ISP

    thanks guys linksys were totally incompitant they told me to disable the wifi part of the router to fix


    NiCE

    Madaxe

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    they told me to disable the wifi part of the router
    Although maybe not related to this scenario, however it's a good security practice to disable any service you don't absolutely need. So if you are hard wired...

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    How exactly are the DoS attacks happening? Can you post a some of your logs? There are ways to defend against it, depending on their DoS techniques and type of packets they are using, ICMP etc.

    A log extract would be helpfull if you can post one?

    Thanks
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    Yes, but if he institutes protection measures at his end... the pipe is still full and the DoS is still effective.

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