The reason hence buying the router as i am being ip flooded on xbox live, and at the moment I am using a virgin media super hub. i know when the virgin media superhub gets ip flooded cannot handle it as the cpu in the super hub cant handle the requests by the time it filters the packets and has already slowed down and logs of anyhow which is a bit of a shame really i have thought of a private vpn service now i am not to clued up networking ok guys but i thought that i would go for the WRVS400N with using my super hub of virgin media as a modem but done that with all the protection of the linksys WRVS400N which i think has all the correct settings but i would love for someone to perhaps give me a bit of help with this scenario because the reason that the ip flood happens is when someone on xbox live is using cain and able network sniffer i am sure perhaps some have heard of it sniffs all the connections coming of the router of the host is using when you are connected to them via online game play as such and then they send shells to your ip which floods the router which i think form research i have done and i would like protection form that if anyone has any idea or perhaps a bit of knowledge on how to stop this please contact or leave a post
here are the technical specifications on the wrvs4400n
802.11n wireless networking technology for increased throughput and coverage
Full backwards compatibility for 802.11b and 802.11g
4-Port 10/100/1000 switch with automatic rate negotiation and automatic MDI/MDIX detection
IPSec VPN tunneling for remote user and branch‑to‑branch connectivity
Stateful Packet Inspection Firewall with Network Address Translation (NAT)
IDS/IPS network intrusion detection and prevention services with e-mail alerts
WMM wireless QoS support- upgradeable to 802.11e
Supports WEP, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK, WPA-ENT, and WPA2-ENT authentication (802.11i ready)
User definable access control lists (ACL) for restricting inbound and outbound traffic flows
DHCP Client (WAN) and Server (LAN) with Dynamic DNS support
Adjustable Dipole antennae with MIMO 2x3 Diversity
Easy installation and configuration Web Interface and QuickVPN software
SNMP v1 and v2c support
802.1X (security authentication)
802.11i - Ready (security WPA2)
802.11e - Ready (wireless QoS)
UTP CAT 5
Built in Web UI for Easy browser-based configuration (HTTP/HTTPS)
NAT Throughput: 800Mbps
SNMP Version 1, 2c
Firmware Upgradable Through Web-Browser
Diags: Flash, RAM
Radio and Modulation Type: 802.11b/DSSS, 11g/OFDM, 11n/OFDM
Channels Operating Channels:
11 North America
13 Most of Europe (ETSI and Japan)
Number of External Ant. 3 (Omni-Directional)
11b - 16 dBm@1TX, 19 dBm@ 2TX
11g - 13 dBm@1TX, 16 dBm@ 2TX;
11n - 13 dBm@1TX, 16 dBm@ 2TX
Antenna Gain: 2 dBi
11.n: 300Mbps@ -69dbM
11.g: 54Mbps@ -73dBm
Access Control - IP-based Access Control List (ACL) - MAC-based wireless access control
Thanks for pionting that out you have been more than helpfull.....
But besides notice-ing the duplicate post any ideas on the matter ?
My objective of pointing out that you have made three duplicate post will allow the people who intends to help you decide and/or determine which of the three of your threads they will put their responses to.
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