[AusNOG] ISP in Melbourne and Sydney

Mehmet Akcin mehmet at akcin.net
Thu Jun 13 09:07:51 EST 2019

thank you bro

On Wed, Jun 12, 2019 at 6:59 PM i3D.net - Martijn Schmidt <
martijnschmidt at i3d.net> wrote:

> NTT AS2914 is available in Sydney and they have some routing tricks to
> import local paths to Telstra/Optus/AAPT from their NTT Australia
> subsidiary network.
> Ask them about their DPS Lite product, costs you a small fee per port but
> it lets you install up to 50 permanent outbound stateless ACL rules on the
> NTT router. Drop the well-known UDP reflection attacks, UDP fragments, and
> GRE traffic with that ACL if possible and you should have covered yourself
> against the most common forms of volumetric DDoS attack with a tier-1
> backbone's soaking capacity to back you up.
> Besides, the NTT AS2914 security team is quite simply awesome.
> On 13 June 2019 00:26:13 CEST, Mehmet Akcin <mehmet at akcin.net> wrote:
>> hi there,
>> recently one of our customers has received a minor DDoS attack (sub10g)
>> and this has resulted in my customer's upstream to shut the customer down
>> which has sparked lots of issues with their customers.
>> long story short, looking for a reliable network who can provide 1x10G in
>> SYD, 1x10G in Melbourne reliable connectivity and can do better than other
>> ISP which has disconnected us under tiny ddos.
>> if you know someone, I would appreciate points, thank you all.
> --
> Sent from my Android device with K-9 Mail. Please excuse my brevity.
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