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How to forward UDP and TCP traffic from one IP to another

I have a server with two LAN cards installed. I have one server in U.S and one in India. I have created a GRE tunnel to route all traffic from the U.S Server to my Indian Server. My traffic has ...
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Tool for forwarding UDP packets Windows

Windows Server 2008 I use portproxy interface to forward traffic , but I looked into the msdn page and I noticed it doesn't support udp protocol . protocol Specifies the protocol to use. ...
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Block packets based on length

Can I block packets (Specifically UDP) that are > X length? I am getting attacked exclusively by UDP packets that are very large in size from a large number of IP Addresses. I have a legitimate use ...
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Block UDP traffic by rate/string-match on Windows 2008

I am administrating a Windows 2008 server (64-bit). It is being subjected to a focused set of DOS attacks where UDP packets are sent to a specific port and contain a specific string. What I need to ...
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Finding the executable sending packets to a specific IP Address?

We host Game Servers off of Windows Server 2008 machines, and we just received a report that one of our customers is using their server to do some type of UDP attack. The person being attacked ...
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Is there a method to send UDP output to one logical NIC such that it gets sent out two physical NICs on different subnets?

I have an application that needs to send UDP multicast data "from" either one or two physical NICs on a single Windows Server 2008 machine. In the two NIC configuration, every datagram needs to be ...
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Set Windows Firewall to Stateless?

Is there a way to "dumb down" the Windows Firewall on Win2003 or Win2008 from stateful to "stateless", and have it only do basic port filtering on the public interface? If not, is there a simple, ...
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bind udp problem

I am using bind 9.6.1 and about 2 days ago I realized that there is a bug at bind for windows platform. when server gets "UDP client handler shutting down due to fatal receive error: host ...
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What is the default TCP window size on Windows Server 2008?

What is the TCP (and UDP) default window size on Windows Server 2008? I think it's 1480 bytes, but I'm not sure. Can it be changed? How?