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On Thu, 20 Mar 2008 21:19:51 -0300
"Marc G. Fournier" <scrappy(at)hub(dot)org> wrote:
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> I'm using ipaudit right now, which does a reasonable job of dumping
> the data, but its at least a half hour out before I really know if a
> change I've made is having the desired effect ... would really like
> to find something more 'real time' for dealing with identifying a DOS
> recipient ...
> Is there anything I can do with a Cisco switch for this, maybe?
> Something more granular then mrtg?
Hmmm Cisco is a long time from my memory. I know with Linux you can
tell iptables to say, "If X IP initiates Y packets within Z time,
block!" Which is essentially what a DOS is.
I am sure Cisco can do the same thing but it would be out of my
expertise to tell you how.
Joshua D. Drake
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