Precise Protection, Second-level Response, In-line Deployment, Layered Defense

Huawei AntiDDoS1600 DDoS Protection System

As the Internet and the IoT continue to thrive, Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are developing new characteristics:

Attacks are increasing in frequency and traffic volume
Reflection attacks have emerged, and reflection amplification attacks, such as NTP, SSDP, and DNS attacks are devouring limited enterprise and data center bandwidths
IoT devices could be exploited to construct Botnets for initiating large-scale attacks
Targets of DDoS attacks spread from large enterprises to whole industries
Attacks are more diversified, with volumetric and application attacks mixed to invalidate defense at a single layer

In response to these challenges, Huawei has created the AntiDDoS1600 DDoS Protection System, which employs Big Data analytics technology and supports modeling for 60+ types of network traffic to offer second-level attack response and comprehensive defense against 100+ types of attacks. The AntiDDoS1600 can be deployed on a user network in in-line mode to defend against volumetric and application attacks in real time.

When attack traffic exceeds the bandwidth or defense capability of a local scrubbing device, the AntiDDoS1600 associates with the AntiDDoS device of the upstream carrier or ISP to defend against flood attacks and guarantee service continuity.

Product characteristics

Defense against high-volume DDoS attacks

Multi-core distributed architecture and Big Data-based intelligent protection engine
Second-level attack response to rapidly block attack traffic

Defense against application-layer DDoS attacks

Collection of all traffic, Layer 3 to Layer 7 per-packet analysis, and modeling for 60+ types of network traffic to provide the most precise and comprehensive attack detection
All-round reputation system of local session behavior reputation, location reputation, and Botnet IP reputation to precisely defend against application-layer DDoS attacks launched from Botnets, reducing false positives and improving user experiences
Comprehensive defense against 100+ types of attacks to protect key service systems, such as Web, DNS, DHCP, and VoIP

In-line protection

Transparent access and simple deployment to defend against DDoS attacks in real time
Bypass expansion cards for high availability

Layered anti-DDoS

Deployed at enterprise and data center borders to protect user services
Associated with anti-DDoS devices of upstream carriers or ISPs to defend against flood attacks when the attack traffic exceeds access bandwidths or processing capabilities of on-premise devices

Networking and applications

Scenario 1: Enterprise network defense

With the development of internet technologies, enterprise networks are prone to extensive threats. In addition to defending against attacks from Internet, enterprise networks require smooth service operation.

AntiDDoS1600

On the network shown in above figure, the cleaning device is deployed at the ingress of the enterprise network in in-line mode to protect incoming and outgoing traffic. When anomalies occur, the cleaning device enables attack defense immediately. Meanwhile, the cleaning device can be configured with the Bypass card to enhance solution reliability.

Scenario 2: Data center security protection

An Internet Data Center (IDC) is a part of basic network resources. It provides large-scale, high-quality, secure, and reliable data transmission services and high-speed access services for Internet content providers, enterprises, media, and each types of website. The IDC provides DNS servers, web servers, game servers, and other services. In recent years, more and more Internet-initiated DDoS attacks target IDCs. As a result, important servers are attacked; data center link bandwidth is occupied; videos and games are compromised by application-layer attacks.

AntiDDoS1600

On the network shown in above figure, a cleaning device is attached to the core router 1 and router 2 to detect and clean the traffic destined for the Zone. The traffic must be diverted to the cleaning device using BGP in real time. After traffic is cleaned, normal traffic is injected back to the original link through PBR and finally forwarded to the Zone.

Product appearance

AntiDDoS1650

AntiDDoS1650

AntiDDoS1680

AntiDDoS1680

Product specifications

DDoS Defense Specifications
Defense against protocol abuse attacks
Defense against Land, Fraggle, Smurf, WinNuke, Ping of Death, Teardrop, and TCP error flag attacks
Web application protection
Defense against HTTP GET flood, HTTP POST flood, HTTP slow header, HTTP slow post, HTTPS flood, SSL DoS/DDoS, WordPress reflection amplification, RUDY, and LOIC attacks; packet validity check
Defense against scanning and sniffing attacks
Defense against address and port scanning attacks, and attacks using Tracert packets and IP options, such as IP source route, timestamp, and record route
DNS application protection
Defense against DNS query flood, DNS reply flood, and DNS cache poisoning attacks; source limit
Defense against network-type attacks
Defense against SYN flood, SYN-ACK flood, ACK flood, FIN flood, RST flood, TCP fragment flood, UDP flood, UDP fragment flood, IP flood, ICMP flood, TCP connection flood, sockstress, TCP retransmission, and TCP empty connection attacks
SIP application protection
Defense against SIP flood/SIP methods flood attacks, including Register, Deregistration, Authentication, and Call flood attacks; source limit
Defense against UDP-based reflection amplification attacks
Defense against NTP, DNS, SSDP, Chargen, TFTP, SNMP, NetBIOS, QOTD, Quake Network Protocol, Portmapper, Microsoft SQL Resolution Service, RIPv1, and Steam Protocol reflection amplification attacks
Filter
IP, TCP, UDP, ICMP, DNS, SIP, and HTTP packet filters
Location-based filtering
Traffic block or limit based on the source IP address location
Attack signature database
RUDY, slowhttptest, slowloris, LOIC, AnonCannon, RefRef, ApacheKill, and ApacheBench attack signature databases; automatic weekly update of these signature databases
IP reputation
Tracking of most active 5 million zombies and automatic daily update of the IP reputation database to rapidly block attacks; local access IP reputation learning to create dynamic IP reputation based on local service sessions, rapidly forward service access traffic, and enhance user experience
Management and Reporting
Management functions: 
Account management and permission allocation; defense policy configuration and report display based on Zones (up to 100,000 Zones, namely tenants); device performance monitoring; source tracing and fingerprint extraction through packet capture; email, short message, and audio alarms; log dumping; dynamic baseline learning
Report functions: 
Comparison of traffic before and after cleaning; top N traffic statistics; application-layer traffic comparison and distribution; protocol distribution; traffic statistics based on the source location; attack event details; top N attack events (by duration or number of packets); distribution of attacks by category; attack traffic trend; DNS resolution success ratio; application-layer top N traffic statistics (by source IP address, HTTP URI, HTTP HOST, and domain name); download of reports in HTML/PDF/Excel format; report push via email; periodical generation of daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly reports.
Deployment
Deployment mode: 
In-line or out-of-path deployment
Traffic diversion and injection:
Traffic diversion: Supports manual, and PBR or BGP based automatic traffic diversion. Traffic injection: Supports static route injection, MPLS VPN injection, MPLS LSP injection, GRE tunnel injection, Layer 2 injection, PBR based injection, etc.

Hardware Specifications

Model AntiDDoS1650 AntiDDoS1680
Interfaces and performance
Throughput Up to 5 Gbit/s Up to 8 Gbit/s
Mitigation Rate Up to 3 Mpps Up to 7 Mpps
Latency 80 μs 80 μs
Standard Interfaces 8 x GE (RJ45) + 4 x GE (SFP) 16 x GE (RJ45) + 8 x GE (SFP) + 4 x 10 GE (SFP)
Expansion Slots 2 x WSIC 5 x WSIC
Expansion Interfaces 8 x GE (RJ45); 8 x GE (RJ45) + 2 x 10 GE (SFP+); 8 x GE (SFP); 4 x GE (RJ45) Bypass card
Deploy Mode In-line; out-of-path (static defense); out-of-patch (dynamic defense)
Function Options for detecting or cleaning
External Bypass Multi mode or single mode GE link; Multi mode or single mode 10 GE link
Dimensions
Height x Width x Depth 44.4 mm × 442 mm × 421 mm (1U) 130.5 mm × 442 mm × 470 mm (3U)
Weight Standard: 6 kg
Fully configured: 8.7 kg
Standard: 20 kg
Fully configured: 24 kg
Power and Environment
Power Supply Rated input voltage:
AC: 100V to 240V, 50 Hz/60 Hz
Maximum input voltage range:
AC: 90V to 264V, 47 Hz to 63 Hz
Maximum input current:
AC: 2.5A
Rated input voltage:
DC: -48V to -60V
AC: 100V to 240V, 50 Hz/60 Hz
Maximum input voltage range:
DC: -48V to -60V
AC: 90V to 264V, 47 Hz to 63 Hz
Maximum input current:
AC: 5A
Power Consumption 170W 350W
Power Redundancy Single AC power module supply. Options for 2 x AC power modules redundant, support hot-swap power supplies AC: 1+1 power redundancy, hot-swappable
DC: 1+1 power redundancy, hot-swappable
Operating Temperature 0°C to 45°C (long-term), -5°C to 55°C (short term)
Storage Temperature -40°C to 70°C
Operating Humidity 5% RH to 95% RH, non-condensing
Storage Humidity 5% RH to 95% RH, non-condensing
Certifications
Safety Certifications Electro Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) certification
CB, CCC, CE-SDOC, ROHS, REACH & WEEE (EU), C-TICK, ETL, FCC&IC, VCCI, and BSMI

Ordering information

AntiDDoS1000 Ordering Information

Model Description
Main Equipment
AntiDDoS1650-AC AntiDDoS1650 AC Host (8 GE (RJ45) + 4 GE (SFP), 8 GB Memory, 1 AC Power)
AntiDDoS1680-DC AntiDDoS1680 DC Host (16 GE (RJ45) + 8 GE (SFP) + 4 x 10 GE (SFP), 16 GB Memory, 2 DC Power)
AntiDDoS1680-AC AntiDDoS1680 AC Host (16 GE (RJ45) + 8 GE (SFP) + 4 x 10 GE (SFP), 16 GB Memory, 2 AC Power)
Business Module Group
WSIC-8GE 8 GE Electric Ports Interface Card
WSIC-4GEBYPASS 4 GE Electric Ports Bypass Card
WSIC-8GEF 8 GE Optical Ports Interface Card
WSIC-2XG8GE 2 x 10 GE Optical Ports + 8 GE Electric Ports Interface Card
Management Software
LIC-ADS-NOFA00 ATIC Basic Feature Summary