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  1. Anybody can be the target of a DDoS attack, but only if the attacker knows your IP address. Fortunately, your IP should be hidden automatically if you only play online through official servers and platforms like the Xbox or Steam networks. Often, sudden outage and unexplained disconnect is the only sign you’ll have that you’re experiencing a DoS attack. To confirm that it’s an attack, you first need to rule out normal network errors that might be impacting your internet connection. Start by unplugging your modem and/or router, both at the power source and the network cable. Turn off your computer (or console, if the modem is connected to it directly). Leave everything off for five minutes, then plug everything back in and turn the equipment on. If your internet connectivity isn’t restored, you’ll need to call your ISP for technical support. Many ISPs have automated messages alerting callers to service problems in their area, but if you don’t have that option, or don’t have a service alert, ask to speak directly to a support technician. They can walk you through troubleshooting steps for your network, and in many cases can find out directly whether suspicious traffic is being sent to your IP that might be a DoS or even DDoS attack.
  2. Hmmm Nice......Great technique to gathering data LOL
  3. hmm.. but you can search easily from search engine that's not a big deal...
  4. According to Microsoft, if you want to enjoy the best possible Xbox One gaming experience, you should use IPv6.
  5. How I found the definitive settings that will work for everyone, Pc, xbox, playstation, nintendo...
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