dba-profile add profile-id 10 profile-name “SPEEDY_MAX” type4 max 51264 dba-profile add profile-id 103 profile-name “UP__type1__384K” type1 fix 384 bandwidth_compensate no dba-profile add profile-id 104 profile-name “UP__type1__448K” type1 fix 448 bandwidth_compensate no dba-profile add profile-id 105 profile-name “UP__type1__512K” type1 fix 512 bandwidth_compensate no dba-profile add profile-id 106 profile-name “UP__type1__576K” type1 fix […]

traffic table ip index 100 name “UP-64K” cir 64 cbs 4048 pir 64 pbs 4048 priority 0 priority-policy local-setting traffic table ip index 101 name “UP-128K” cir 128 cbs 6096 pir 128 pbs 6096 priority 0 priority-policy local-setting traffic table ip index 102 name “UP-192K” cir 192 cbs 8144 pir […]

GPON01-D1-BKT-2(gpon-onu-mng)#show run int gpon-onu_1/3/5:1 Building configuration… ! interface gpon-onu_1/3/5:1 name ONU_1/3/5:1 METROLINK TSEL PDG-PBR description ONU_1/3/5:1 METROLINK TSEL PDG-PBR tcont 2 name METROLINK profile UP-80M tcont 3 name NODE-B profile UP-80M gemport 2 name METROLINK unicast tcont 2 dir both queue 1 gemport 2 traffic-limit downstream DOWN-80M gemport 3 name […]

Following list summaries the common attack on any type of Linux computer: Syn-flood protection In this attack system is floods with a series of SYN packets. Each packets causes system to issue a SYN-ACK responses. Then system waits for ACK that follows the SYN+ACK (3 way handshake). Since attack never […]

Linux comes with a host based firewall called Netfilter. According to the official project site: netfilter is a set of hooks inside the Linux kernel that allows kernel modules to register callback functions with the network stack. A registered callback function is then called back for every packet that traverses […]