How is it possible to protect TeamSpeak servers from DDoS attacks?
Voice server traffic that is generated by the TeamSpeak client software has certain unique characteristics. A solution has been developed to differentiate valid TeamSpeak voice traffic packets
from invalid or otherwise malicious packets that a TeamSpeak server would not receive under normal operating circumstances.
TeamSpeak remote Anti-DDoS benefits
How does the TS3 DDoS protection work?
Each case of providing TeamSpeak DDoS protection can be quite different and is dependant upon the software environment of the TeamSpeak host,
as well as the hosting provider the TS server is housed with. In a lot of cases the optimal course of action would be to use a GRE tunnel for the TeamSpeak server to
route all traffic through our systems so that all inbound traffic can be filtered and validated before being forwarded to the TS3 server.
How effective is your TeamSpeak Anti-DDoS solution?Short answer: Very effective. We will absolutely be able to fully protect your TeamSpeak server from any and all DDoS attacks.
Long answer: Our company name might be somewhat misleading. Yes, we are a hosting provider and we love to provide people all over the world servers to enable them to build and innovate. However, over time Evolution Host has morphed into what our true passion is - what we specialize in - providing the best DDoS protection in the world.
Expanding our technology to provide DDoS protection for TeamSpeak servers was the next obvious move. Now TeamSpeak server owners and communities everywhere can benefit from our state of the art, robust, reliable and renowned Anti-DDoS technologies. You can read more about the general technical details of our DDoS Protection here.
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Remote TeamSpeak DDoS Protection
- No migration required
- No downtime during the move
- Stay with your current TeamSpeak host
Included with the service
- Anti-DDoS for your Teamspeak server
- A team of DDoS attack experts on hand
- Protection from newly emerging attacks