The DOS (Denial of Service) Trusted Hosts Table contains a list of IP addresses which are never subject to blocking.
Parent topic: Defending DOS (Denial of Service) Attacks
- Enter 6 at the selection prompt from the Softswitch Information menu.
The Denial of Service Management menu is displayed.
- Enter 2 at the selection prompt from the Denial of Service Management menu.
The Trusted Hosts table can hold up to 64 entries.
You can edit the following parameters:
Trusted Hosts Index
allows 64 entries in the Trusted Hosts Table
Trusted Hosts IP Address
specifies the internal IP address representing a DOS Attack Trusted Hosts. This field is mandatory when an ‘Assign’ (Create) or ‘Unassign’ (Delete) is performed on the Trusted Hosts Table.
IP Address 127.0.0.1 is reserved for this feature and should not be unassigned or duplicated.
Trusted Hosts Table Row Count
provides the total number of Trusted Host IP Address elements in the Trusted Hosts Table.
Trusted Hosts Row Status
provides the status of the row of this table. Possible values are:
active (1): indicates that the conceptual row is available for use by the system
createAndGo (4): creates a new instance of a conceptual row and to have its status automatically set to active, making it available for use by the system
destroy (6): deletes all of the instances associated with an existing conceptual row