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Uyurgezer

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  1. Thanks for the answers. The feeling I have had is that the router is the thing that gives up. I have a 200/200 Mbit connection and the attack has only been from one DNS source at the time. People on the TeamSpeak server can still talk to each other, but with robotic voice. This is why it feels like it's the router that can't withstand the attack. I will be trying out a homemade router to see if it works better or if I need to check with any service that can hold a proxy or something that can take a attack. Thanks for the help!
  2. Hi, I have been a few times attacked by DDoS attacks just because I sponsor some guilds and clans with a TeamSpeak server. My current router has "Denial-of-service (DoS) attack prevention". Well this is good on paper but when a DNS DDoS attack comes as it has done, my router gets a little slow. The attacks won't kill my connection, but it more or less gets unusable. The router has a 680 MHz processor with 16 MB flash and 128 MB RAM. (Netgear WNDR3800 - N600 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router—Premium edition) Would a homemade router stand better against these kinds of attacks or is there a way to make the current one better against it? If a homemade router would be better, what OS / firewall should be used? I know Smoothwall has gotten a lot of good things said about it, and I know Darren has used this in one segment (back in 2010 i think). Would that still be one of the better free versions that is easy to handle or has there come up something new? Sincerely, Sleepwalker/Uyurgezer
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