How does a high-defense cloud server defend against massive traffic attacks?


Premium Member
Mar 5, 2024
With the rapid development of the Internet, there are more and more malicious attacks, and DDoS attacks have become a common occurrence for enterprises and organizations. Nowadays, whether it is government agencies, enterprise portals, news information, e-commerce, game entertainment or medical beauty and other types of websites, more or less have been affected by large and small cyber attacks, light business interruption, heavy service shutdown, not only the process of pain, the loss is huge.

In order to solve the above problems, high defense server came into being. So, how does a high-defense server defend itself against massive traffic attacks? Different from common software-level firewalls, the data center of the high-defense cloud server is directly deployed in the high-defense equipment room. Hardware-level firewalls, data monitoring, and data traction technologies are used to defend against and weaken traffic attacks. Specific defense measures include:

1, regularly scan the network master node:

Since most network malicious attacks are carried out on the primary node of the network, to ensure the stable operation of services, the high-defense data center periodically scans the existing primary node of the network to find possible security risks and clear them in time.

2, firewall active identification and filtering:

Configure a firewall. On primary nodes, when large-scale access traffic occurs, the high-defense server proactively identifies malicious traffic and filters out fake traffic or IP addresses to reduce risks caused by malicious network attacks.

3, using high redundancy bandwidth:

One of the most common forms of network malicious attacks is bandwidth consumption attacks, and high-defense cloud servers have the advantage of high bandwidth, and data center T-class bandwidth access, each server can withstand tens of hundreds of gigabytes of traffic impact threats.

4. Limit specific service ports:

Only a few ports are opened on the high-defense cloud server, with corresponding security policies, such as prohibiting the outgoing communication of specific ports, prohibiting the access operations of special sites, etc., to prevent unknown intrusions.

5. Flow oriented traction:

In addition, the high-defense data center can also perform directional traction on some attack traffic, preventing viruses and traffic attacks on one host from affecting other hosts, and ensuring that cloud servers carrying important services are not damaged.

6. Real-time data monitoring:

In order to facilitate users to grasp the service attack situation, deploy emergency defense, and recover the network in time, the high defense cloud server also provides detailed attack traffic records and multidimensional defense charts to improve the quality and efficiency of anti-D work.

In addition, in the high-defense data center, all cloud server data is kept in multiple copies in real time, plus a backup system for different machines to fully ensure data security.


New member
Mar 29, 2024
Thanks for the detailed explanation on high-defense servers. The measures like regular network scans, firewall filtering, and high redundancy bandwidth are essential for mitigating DDoS risks. Limiting specific service ports and flow-oriented traction reduce the impact on other hosts. Real-time monitoring and attack traffic records are crucial for swift emergency defenses and understanding attack patterns. Multiple data copies and robust backup systems ensure data integrity and service continuity.
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