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i was ddossed in august. This is my current ip log [ Register or Signin to view external links. ]

im still getting attacked by him how can i fix this
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Call your ISP and explain the issues you're having. They should give you a new public IP.

Turning your router off an on again won't do anything before anyone says.

Who is your ISP and what router do you have?
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AD4M wroteCall your ISP and explain the issues you're having. They should give you a new public IP.

Turning your router off an on again won't do anything before anyone says.

Who is your ISP and what router do you have?


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AD4M wroteCall your ISP and explain the issues you're having. They should give you a new public IP.

Turning your router off an on again won't do anything before anyone says.

Who is your ISP and what router do you have?


TalkTalk
Call TalkTalk when you eventually get through to them... Talk about the Dos attack and they will release your public address from the local exchange, very common issue nowadays, don't piss off an attacker next time haha
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AD4M wroteCall your ISP and explain the issues you're having. They should give you a new public IP.

Turning your router off an on again won't do anything before anyone says.

Who is your ISP and what router do you have?


bump this

also if this person is attacking you (and disrupting your business) you can report them here @ [ Register or Signin to view external links. ]
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Make sure you mention this is a repeated occurrence
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AD4M wroteCall your ISP and explain the issues you're having. They should give you a new public IP.

Turning your router off an on again won't do anything before anyone says.

Who is your ISP and what router do you have?
incorrect it does swap ips if you have dynamic that wont do anything if its static but its always better to call the isp instead though
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This isn't a DDoS attack, and changing your IP won't do anything.

Your router is being scanned for vulnerabilities, most likely by random bots, not the person that attacked you several months ago. This is pretty normal, and as long as you're not leaving unnecessary ports open and your router firmware is up to date, you should be fine.
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i know in the past you could just change it, but i think now you have to call your ISP and get a new public IP
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