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MinDoll
05-05-2016, 03:17 AM
Hi guys,
I'm going to colo few servers with US companies that offer some ddos protection by default, are reliable and not very expensive.
They can be anywhere in the US, but I prefer west coast/California area.
Really appreciate your advices.

seoe
08-01-2016, 03:01 AM
Psychz Networks - Dedicated Servers, Co-location | GigePipe - High Bandwidth Servers | PhotonVPS - SSD Cloud
True Layer 7 DDoS Mitigation | BGP Optimized by Noction Intelligent Routing | Asia-Pacific Low Latency Routes
Los Angeles, CA (US West) | Dallas, TX (US East) | Ashburn, VA (US East)

seoexpert45678
08-02-2016, 09:17 AM
I don't know of any other providers with ddos protection on the east coast (there is gigenet in Chicago but I've heard from other companies using their protection that it isn't great) apart from Staminus

seoexpert45678
08-03-2016, 03:07 AM
Always on, cloud-based DDoS mitigation
Automatic detection and mitigation of all types of DDoS attacks launched at websites and web applications: Network (Layer 3&4), Application (Layer 7) and Protocol
DNS Protection automatically identifies and blocks attacks seeking to target DNS servers
Blanket Infrastructure protection for all types of services (UDP/TCP, SMTP, FTP, SSH, VoIP, etc.)
Built on-top of a Content Delivery Network (CDN) with 1000+ Gbps capacity and including a Web Application Firewall

michanik
08-08-2016, 06:07 AM
Always on, cloud-based DDoS mitigation
Automatic detection and mitigation of all types of DDoS attacks launched at websites and web applications: Network (Layer 3&4), Application (Layer 7) and Protocol
DNS Protection automatically identifies and blocks attacks seeking to target DNS servers
Blanket Infrastructure protection for all types of services (UDP/TCP, SMTP, FTP, SSH, VoIP, etc.)
Built on-top of a Content Delivery Network (CDN) with 1000+ Gbps capacity and including a Web Application Firewall

can they blocked ping flood?plz answer

joselin
07-11-2017, 01:12 AM
Hi guys,
I'm going to colo few servers with US companies that offer some ddos protection by default, are reliable and not very expensive.
They can be anywhere in the US, but I prefer west coast/California area.
Really appreciate your advices.

Try (http://www.unisecure.com/colocation-services/) Unisecure colocation services in US. Their prices are best. Also server uptime they guarantee as 99.995% and 24x7 technical support. You can expect various discounts throughout the year.

Dick M.
07-23-2017, 05:59 AM
Hi guys,
I'm going to colo few servers with US companies that offer some ddos protection by default, are reliable and not very expensive.
They can be anywhere in the US, but I prefer west coast/California area.
Really appreciate your advices.

What type of protection you need L7?

mohankranthis
09-04-2017, 05:56 AM
As an alternative you can check TRIJIT Datacenter with Free hands on support.

salman gee
10-09-2017, 05:47 PM
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