K-Clean Filtering DDoS Attacks Using 500G Peering Network


  • Using the 500G Internet interconnection network, KINK provides network ports capable of forwarding traffic of up to 100G in case of high-volume traffic attacks.

  • This service is suitable for B2B operators who will lease space and power an IDC operator to build their own DDoS defense solution for themselves or to sell it.

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  • Providing a direct circuit to the DDoS interworking network of KINX that is directly connected to major ISPs in Korea
  • Allowing customers to apply their own DDoS solutions
  • Guaranteeing non-controlled traffic of up to 100G and selectively providing ACL (UDP/ICMP filtering option)

Configuration Diagram

K-CLEAN circuit Configuration Diagram

Functions by Product

Product SOS Anti-DDoS GRE Circuit
Product Details

· Defense based on domain delegation

· L7 caching function

· WEB Service


· Defense against TCP attacks (10G)

· Blocking overseas attacks

· Global service (Option)

· Addition of domains

· Installation of customer’s servers in the K-Clean Zone


· Defense against TCP attacks (10G)

· Detection and blocking of abnormal packets

· Guaranteed server speed of 1Gbit/sec

· Application of the GRE Protocol

· Network bypass service

· Defense against direct attacks from IP addresses

· Notification for bypassing of the GRE tunnel

· Direct connection with the DDoS interconnection network

· Approval of application of customer’s own DDoS solution

· Non-controlled for up to 100G

· Traffic guaranteed

ICMP, UDP Filtering
Blocking of abnormal IP packets
Blocking of abnormal TCP packets
Blocking of abnormal UDP packets
Blocking of abnormal ICMP packets
Blocking of LAND attack packets
Defense against UDP flooding
Defense against ICMP flooding
SYN Flooding
TCP Flooding
HTTP Flooding
Defense against Fragment Flooding
L7 pattern check
Defense against spoofed IP addresses
Defense against DRDoS
URL Behavior Anomaly
Caching Behavior Anomaly
DNS Query Flooding
Defense against DNS Amplification attack
Defense against SYN flooding
Blocking of abnormal IP addresses
Improved SSL performance (SSL offload)
HTTP acceleration and optimization (compression, cache, TCP reuse)
Load Balancing
Health Monitoring
GRE Tunneling
Full subnet protection without changes to the IP address (using BGP)
* If maintaining service quality is difficult, an upstream provider may take a preemptive action to ensure stability of its service.

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