uzakel - Verimerkezleri Arası IP Engelleme Sistemi

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Kendi IP adresini anons eden network sahipleri, kendilerine ait IP adreslerini sisteme bağlı diğer network sahipleri üzerinde null route yapabilmesini sağlamaktır. İş sürekliliğini üst düzeyde tutmak üzere planlanan yapıda, spoof dahil ağlar arası kirli trafik her iki network sahibinde engellenmiş olur.

https://github.com/c1982/uzakel

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