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WHM Ddos and New Server

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by StefanNET, Mar 29, 2011.

  1. StefanNET

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    Can someone recommend me some cool cheap offshore dedicated server realiable with 1gbps, and also can u tell me how to deal with ddos attacks, since my server is down and im not happy with it and also one more thing regarding this message: Someone from hosting support told me that there is a way to discover which site is getting ddosed in whm, like max traffic button or something, is that true?
     
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    There is no button that does this, no.
    If your server is under a DDoS attack, you'll want to contact your host, only they can help with a real DDoS attack.
    You might want to check over at webhosting talk for what you seek.
     
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    Then how to know which of my sites is under attack? How big hosters do that?
     
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    Installing a good firewall is a great place to start. Here's a good one that will notify you of many things you want to know about, and is highly configurable: ConfigServer Security & Firewall
     
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    Well I already have dos-deflate and csf properly configured, but its not helping.
     
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    In CSF > Security Level, set it to high. As mentioned, you might want to go directly to your host for assistance with this problem if it is indeed a DDoS attack you're dealing with.
     
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