pesanchez2002 Thu, 05/07/2009 - 05:43

Thanks by your answer,


I don't have router edge.


I have the next connection


pix---sw---webserver

!

!

internet

Giuseppe Larosa Thu, 05/07/2009 - 10:20

Hello Pedro,

if the pix is not on the path to/from internet you cannot do anything.

You should have the webserver on an DMZ (third leg/interface) of pix.


doing so you could protect the server.


By the way, the message says:


"warning: high tcp connect timeout rate! system (port 443) may be under a syn flood attack"


port 443 that is

Protocol / Name: https


If you don't need https you can close the service on the web server.

if you are using https this cannot be done.


I would suggest you to review the DMZ and to have it protected by the pix that can provide features similar to TCP intercept.


Hope to help

Giuseppe


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