How to stop a packet Flood

Started by DodGe

DodGe

How to stop a packet Flood   30 July 2010, 05:53

Hi all

I've got a big problem with viruses
Can not any client that currently browsing the Internet
And when I disconnect the client apparatus which contains a virus
the browsing back again !!


Is this because of a flood of packets
Caused by viruses
lead to stopping the browsing ?

Is this Option possible to protect me from this or not

Setting ----Advanced ------Short Packet Flood Penalty



Threshold Byte ???
Padding Byte ?????


The Default is 0

and what should i do ?

I waitting your Help

Thanx
DodGe

How to stop a packet Flood   30 July 2010, 06:03

and what about the option


Setting ----- Advanced ----queueing

Maximum queue size the default 500 What should i do

and put mark or no in

Transmit short TCP ACK Frames with no Queue
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How to stop a packet Flood   30 July 2010, 06:20

I don't know why your clients cannot use the Internet. However even if the viruses are the cause, it's highly unlikely that these settings will help you stop them. You should consider removing the virus, rather than fighting with consequences.

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