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VDS DDoSed


Neil
07-11-2013, 10:43
Quote Originally Posted by alex
but for unknown reason failed on 9th of September
Quote Originally Posted by Thelen
apples and oranges
Full details on the 9th September can be found here, http://status.ovh.net/?do=details&id=5335 and http://status.ovh.co.uk/?do=details&id=5352 - The issue is not unknown but to do with one of the Vac cards.

Thelen
07-11-2013, 10:37
Quote Originally Posted by alex
but for unknown reason failed on 9th of September
apples and oranges

marks
05-11-2013, 12:39
Quote Originally Posted by zemaitis
Hi all,

I'm using 128gb ram 16x2.6ghz vps plan. Today I was getting ddos so I turned on Manual DDoS mitigation, now status setted to red and it says Forced mitigation. However a few stressers attack me with ~60gbps attack as they say. However in logs I see only ~100mbps.

In my country, support works only from 9 AM till 6 PM so I can't get any help from it.

What to do? It seems that vacuum or professional usage doesnt help at all..
for the traffic graphs on your server, it seems that the attack didn't reach you in such a scale, and just had some small peaks of incoming traffic. So I understand that the VAC system did do its job.

Also, your server is still behind the VAC at the moment, and your manager seems ok, there is no warning.

ctype_alnum
05-11-2013, 12:15
'I'm using 128gb ram 16x2.6ghz vps plan' -- More money than sense.

alex
05-11-2013, 11:47
Quote Originally Posted by raxxeh
OVH is actually capable of mitigating even the spamhauser attack that happened earlier this year.
but for unknown reason failed on 9th of September

raxxeh
05-11-2013, 06:01
Quote Originally Posted by TheGeekster
Wow, three quick points in my opinion:

1) Why are you paying for a VPS of that size when a dedicated would probably be more effective?

2) Support is best via web tickets, you can try to phone during the work hours but they will most likely put you back to support tickets. I see people on the forums try to help out when they can, but most of the problems are billing/advanced beyond the scope of a forum. There's fairly little they can do if you are being DDOS'd at 60GBps (Somewhat doubt that large?).

3) Good god who did you annoy? Or do you run game servers and hence just script kiddies?
OVH is actually capable of mitigating even the spamhauser attack that happened earlier this year.

TheGeekster
05-11-2013, 00:10
Wow, three quick points in my opinion:

1) Why are you paying for a VPS of that size when a dedicated would probably be more effective?

2) Support is best via web tickets, you can try to phone during the work hours but they will most likely put you back to support tickets. I see people on the forums try to help out when they can, but most of the problems are billing/advanced beyond the scope of a forum. There's fairly little they can do if you are being DDOS'd at 60GBps (Somewhat doubt that large?).

3) Good god who did you annoy? Or do you run game servers and hence just script kiddies?

zemaitis
04-11-2013, 17:44
Hi all,

I'm using 128gb ram 16x2.6ghz vps plan. Today I was getting ddos so I turned on Manual DDoS mitigation, now status setted to red and it says Forced mitigation. However a few stressers attack me with ~60gbps attack as they say. However in logs I see only ~100mbps.

In my country, support works only from 9 AM till 6 PM so I can't get any help from it.

What to do? It seems that vacuum or professional usage doesnt help at all..