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Standard User professor973
(committed) Fri 29-Mar-13 23:33:19
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Re: Oops!


[re: Lethe] [link to this post]
 
The Attack:-
The attack fluctuated between 90Gbps and 30Gbps until 01:15 UTC on on March 21.

The attackers were quiet for a day. Then, on March 22 at 18:00 UTC, the attack resumed,

The incident:-
The report below is a breakdown of the incident that was experienced across our network from approximately 18.30hrs on Thursday 21st March 2013.

Do the maths!

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Standard User Adam3k
(knowledge is power) Sat 30-Mar-13 02:11:13
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Re: Oops!


[re: Lethe] [link to this post]
 
This post was to do with the network outage on the 21st at 6pm odd. Nothing to do with the line card, that was the following morning.

The report i posted which was linked to this OP:

This indicated that the core routers were seeing excessive BGP routes , hence the overrun. This was then rapidly traced to our lab environment within our Telford HQ where a stress test of new hardware and equipment was taking place.

Think you getting your dates mixed up wink

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