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UDP packet filtering for our game [URGENT]


Criot
18-02-2016, 22:27
I don't believe it's specific games, I think that is examples of the type of games that support filtering.

Again the OVH GAME range is more suitable for your requirements as it offers support for filtering UDP attacks, where as the standard filtering offered with SYS doesn't, additionally OVH services have PRO Anti-DDoS which gives you the ability to configure customised firewall rules.

Zeb89
18-02-2016, 22:19
Quote Originally Posted by Criot
What SYS server are you using exactly? Really you should be looking at OVH servers directly, the GAME range of servers offer better filtering for UDP.
Our game server is Linux. OVH offers support only to a few major titles.
How do we go about adding our game? We need to filter bad packets to stop our servers crashing.

Criot
18-02-2016, 22:04
What SYS server are you using exactly? Really you should be looking at OVH servers directly, the GAME range of servers offer better filtering for UDP.

Zeb89
18-02-2016, 17:32
We are Steamworks developers and are planning to release our multiplayer FPS game which runs on Unreal Engine 4.
For this reason we require a proper anti DDOS in order to filter incoming packets to our game servers.

You appear to support only a few titles such as Minecraft, Arma and Counter Strike.
However, games such as Unreal Tournament 4 which use Unreal Engine 4 are NOT supported.

We ran a test:
As soon as we host our game server using your service (port 7777), it goes down as soon as a DDOS attack begins.

We really, really need your support on this issue. We plan to run multiple game servers if Unreal Engine 4 is supported by your filters.

Without your help we'll be inevitably stuck in an extremely frustrating situation, without being able to lauch/sell our game on Steam.

Supporting this would additionally allow customers to run Unreal Engine 4 games using your service, since they share the same game engine and networking.

Thank you for your time and understanding,

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