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Topic # 145332 15-May-2014 11:24
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I'm Just Wondering if getting DDosed could affect your monthly limit?

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  Reply # 1045407 15-May-2014 11:24
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  Reply # 1045414 15-May-2014 11:28
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ubergeeknz: Yes

Is there anything I could do about it to be able to get this Bandwidth Back?

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  Reply # 1045415 15-May-2014 11:29
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RZeroX:
ubergeeknz: Yes

Is there anything I could do about it to be able to get this Bandwidth Back?


Beg your ISP... that's about it

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  Reply # 1045416 15-May-2014 11:31
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RZeroX:
ubergeeknz: Yes

Is there anything I could do about it to be able to get this Bandwidth Back?


beg your ISP,  then switch to an unlimited plan and never worry about it again.

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  Reply # 1045427 15-May-2014 11:44
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  Reply # 1045430 15-May-2014 11:48
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RZeroX: I'm Just Wondering if getting DDosed could affect your monthly limit?


Yes but in the case of DDoS I'd hope Vodafone network operations would detect it and close it down.

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  Reply # 1045432 15-May-2014 11:49
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r2b2:
RZeroX: I'm Just Wondering if getting DDosed could affect your monthly limit?


Yes but in the case of DDoS I'd hope Vodafone network operations would detect it and close it down.


That is exceedingly difficult to do. And the scale of DDOS required to flood a typical home connection is insignificant in the scheme of things.

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  Reply # 1045433 15-May-2014 11:49
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The way they can close down a DDoS from hitting you is usually to null rotue your IP... which makes your connection unusable...

It sounds off you would be DDoSed - I presume you play online games?







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  Reply # 1045439 15-May-2014 11:57
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Zeon: The way they can close down a DDoS from hitting you is usually to null rotue your IP... which makes your connection unusable...

It sounds off you would be DDoSed - I presume you play online games?
Yes I play all sorts of games from Interstellar Marines to some Mw2 and many other



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  Reply # 1045442 15-May-2014 11:58
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freitasm: Being on the end of a DDoS attack from a home connection is unusual. Were you hosting some service from home?

Just curious...

Nope wasn't hosting any services from home last time I did that was like 1 month of so ago when I hosted Mw2 for my friends and others to come play with me :D

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  Reply # 1045453 15-May-2014 12:00
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We'll wipe the bandwidth  if it's DDoS. We can usually see if when we do a queue check (which takes a few hours to come back). Flick me your details and I can sort that for you. :)






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  Reply # 1045457 15-May-2014 12:05
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Demeter: We'll wipe the bandwidth  if it's DDoS. We can usually see if when we do a queue check (which takes a few hours to come back). Flick me your details and I can sort that for you. :)
Which Details do you need Is it the HighSpeed Service (number Here)

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  Reply # 1045499 15-May-2014 12:35
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RZeroX:
Demeter: We'll wipe the bandwidth  if it's DDoS. We can usually see if when we do a queue check (which takes a few hours to come back). Flick me your details and I can sort that for you. :)
Which Details do you need Is it the HighSpeed Service (number Here)


If DDOS is a common occurrence, Might need to change your IP if its static on Cable. Usually all data that transmits through a router of an ISP in your direction is your responsibility what ever the volume.




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  Reply # 1045568 15-May-2014 14:27
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RZeroX:
ubergeeknz: Yes

Is there anything I could do about it to be able to get this Bandwidth Back?


Put your router up on blocks and run your internet backwards for a while (Ref. ferris bueller's day off)

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  Reply # 1045573 15-May-2014 14:34
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RZeroX:
ubergeeknz: Yes

Is there anything I could do about it to be able to get this Bandwidth Back?


Put your router up on blocks and run your internet backwards for a while (Ref. ferris bueller's day off)


Yeah but we all know how that ended

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