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Re: Denial of Service Attacks disguised as Spam...
On Tue, 6 Jan 1998, Steve Noble wrote: > The simple thing to do is null route the offending host(s) until they call > you and ask you to turn it off. If they don't and you don't get any > complaints from your customers, then all is good :) > > -Steve > This is a reactive solution to the problem. Though there are times when the only solution you have is to attempt to quell the problem through a plethora of ugly ip route statements, I hardly think it is a good solution to the problem. Any person looking to harm your network with intent greater than that of a passing whim would probably decide to change his/her ip address after realizing that a host suddenly became unreachable. brad reynolds email@example.com