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Trapper
01-09-2013, 13:33
I think if you email ddos-help@ml.ovh.net then you should get a response (probably in French) that will tell you how to subscribe...

~Trap

LawsHosting
01-09-2013, 11:46
Just hit reply, then send

Johny
01-09-2013, 01:16
Quote Originally Posted by Trapper
Yes, send an email to that address. You should then get an email with a subscribe confirmation link.

Then you will be able to email ddos@ml.ovh.net, and everyone on the mailing list (including Oles) will get it...

So when you are "subscribed" send an email outlining the issues you have.

~Trap
I did, it replies via ddos-help@ml.ovh.net without any link to subscribe.

Trapper
01-09-2013, 00:23
Quote Originally Posted by Johny
Hello,

Thank you for the reply, do i need to email this email?
Yes, send an email to that address. You should then get an email with a subscribe confirmation link.

Then you will be able to email ddos@ml.ovh.net, and everyone on the mailing list (including Oles) will get it...

So when you are "subscribed" send an email outlining the issues you have.

~Trap

Johny
31-08-2013, 19:31
Quote Originally Posted by Trapper
Hi Johny,

I suggest joining the mailing list at:

ddos-subscribe@ml.ovh.net

The main reason for suggesting is that there have been lots of posts there about "first packet loss", and it would be good to have another voice.

The API confuses everyone (Oles excepted).

I think for the IP you have to put:

xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/32

(Please check).

~Trap

Hello,

Thank you for the reply, do i need to email this email?

Trapper
31-08-2013, 17:02
Hi Johny,

I suggest joining the mailing list at:

ddos-subscribe@ml.ovh.net

The main reason for suggesting is that there have been lots of posts there about "first packet loss", and it would be good to have another voice.

The API confuses everyone (Oles excepted).

I think for the IP you have to put:

xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/32

(Please check).

~Trap

Johny
31-08-2013, 15:25
Hello,

I have just received my HG server which is on 10Gbps.
I am running a camfrog server which is being flooded now by a huge UDP attack.
The vac system managed to keep my server online but some the camfrog CAM and AUDIO packets has been dropped as well. I went to the API to setup something but its the same and the API really confuses me. Is there an option to block the flood without interrupting or dropping the camfrog audio/cam udp connection?


Kind Regards,

Johny