I have a new RV180 and Monday I had a SYN FLOOD from one location. They have corrected the problem, but they still can't connect or ping the one IP address they send the SYN FLOOD on. They can however connect to all the other IP addresses configured on the RV180. Is there something in the RV180 that is continuing to block them?
The RV180 is setup as a gateway. The main IP address is using port forwarding and the reset of the IP addresses are using One-to-One NAT with a range. The IP address that is blocked is in the middle of the One-to-One NAT range. The destination server is running Serve 2008 R2.
Here is the line from the log when the attack started:
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