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Title : Configuring BGP to Block Denial-of-Service Attacks
Author(s) : D. Turk
Filename : draft-turk-bgp-dos-04.txt
Pages : 7
Date : 2003-1-20
This document describes an operational technique that uses BGP
communities to remotely trigger black-holing of a particular
destination network to block denial-of-service attacks. Black-
holing can be applied on a selection of routers rather than all BGP-
speaking routers in the network. The document also describes a
sinkhole tunnel technique using BGP communities and tunnels to pull
traffic into a sinkhole router for analysis.
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