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  1. ModeltogTossen

    ModeltogTossen I wish I could??

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    Hello folks..

    Yes - Want to try them out - but one thing I always do on my debian/ubuntu servers is to use ufw for firewall stuff..

    Now - OpenVZ is not full virtualization but container. Will that gives me some trouble to fully utilize iptables functions? Is there others thing I perhaps should have in mind before chose a OpenVZ instead of KVM?

    Anyone who care to tell about that - I will appreciate it.
     
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    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    no probs with iptables on OpenVZ or KVM at least for Centmin Mod which uses CSF Firewall which is a wrapper for iptables among other things.
     
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    Thanks for your reply @eva2000 - but 512 MB in not enough for the LE3 branch.. Maybe I should have one 09beta install running there.. But first I will test with a Debian and if I like it - take the 09beta way and keep the ramnode.
     
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    ModeltogTossen I wish I could??

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    Oh - The 1000 MB test download from Ramnode Netherlandsto home gave me 28+ MB/sec (max was 32,4).. Thats fine - so that will be the place.

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    Server Location: Alblasserdam, NL
    Test IPv4: 176.56.238.3
    Test IPv6: 2a00:d880:3:1::787:d6bd
    
    Test files: 1000MB
    
     
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    yeah just get a 1GB VPS for 123.09beta01le3 letsencrypt branch testing :)
     
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    That I already have. 8 GB ram, 450 GB disk and 2 vCPU .. (vmware host) .. Not in production - you know why :p
     
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    You can buy DDoS protection, you get a DDoS protected IP which won't be null routed. Something like $5/month IIRC.
     
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    Only thing, it doesn't protect you from Layer 7 type of attack.
     
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    CSF can do wonders :)
     
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    CSF can't with huge amount of attack.
    I've been there :D.
     
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    If configured properly it can deal with alot actually, helped a friend with a fairly large one the other day.
     
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    Like?
    CT_LIMIT
    CT_INTERVAL
    CT_PERMANENT
    LF_DISTATTACK

    I tried them all, I ended up being suspended by Linode even if tried it hiding behind Cloudflare.
    Maybe massive HTTP request only can be mitigated by that.

     
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    ModeltogTossen I wish I could??

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    I'm no master in use of that - so perhaps a little more indepth about that?
     
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    Linode? I was talking about ramnode actually.
    I don't have all the setting names in mind, and I'm on my phone atm.

    Well there are alot of factors to be considered, if you want something in-depth read the csf readme :p
     
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    How could it be, I did know that something like this was coming?? :yawn: - :LOL:
     
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    :p It's very thorough and if you don't want to do that, take a look at csf.conf its comments are just as thorough.
     
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    ModeltogTossen I wish I could??

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    No no, I do want to learn - so I will read up on it.. I do come from, mostly, the debian/ubuntu server enviroment where we have the ufw tools. I'm old so its a little bit more difficult for me to learn new stuff :angelic:..