End-of-Life (EoL)

Denial-of-Service (DoS) attacks target critical network devices and attempt to consume their memory, bandwidth, and CPU cycles to prevent legitimate users from accessing those devices and their services. Use the guidelines in this site to plan, deploy, and maintain DoS and Zone Protection, and stop DoS attacks. 

What Do You Want to Do?

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Segment Your Network Using Interfaces and Zones

How Do Zones Protect the Network?

Knowing how segmenting your network with zones protects your network helps you understand the best ways to segment your network.

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Tech Docs: Keep Out of the Flood Zone with DoS Protection

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Take Baseline CPS Measurements for Setting Flood Thresholds

Taking baseline measurements of average and peak CPS for each zone helps define reasonable thresholds to prevent floods without unnecessarily throttling traffic.

DoS Protection Against Flooding of New Sessions

Configure Packet Buffer Protection