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Re: Carrier-grade DDoS Attack mitigation appliance

daemon@ATHENA.MIT.EDU (Jordan Medlen)
Sun Dec 7 16:54:22 2014

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From: Jordan Medlen <jordan-medlen@bisk.com>
To: Mohamed Kamal <mkamal@noor.net>
Date: Sun, 7 Dec 2014 20:33:04 +0000
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I've heard good things about the A10 Networks appliances. I have not used t=
hem personally, but do use their ADC appliances and they do work well.=20

Jordan Medlen
Network Engineer
Bisk Education

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> On Dec 7, 2014, at 15:12, Mohamed Kamal <mkamal@noor.net> wrote:
> Have anyone tried any DDoS attack mitigation appliance rather than Arbor =
PeakFlow TMS? I need it to be carrier-grade in terms of capacity and redund=
ancy, and as far as I know, Arbor is the only product in the market which o=
ffers a "clean pipe" volume of traffic, so if the DDoS attack volume is, fo=
r example, 1Tbps, they will grant you for example 50Gbps of clean traffic.
> Anyway, I'm open to other suggestions, and open-source products that can =
do the same purpose, we have network development team that can work on this=
> Thanks.
> --=20
> Mohamed Kamal
> Core Network Sr. Engineer

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