Configure Attack Defense with TP-Link Omada Controller

In this TP-Link Omada tutorial, you will be shown how to configure attack defense security settings with the TP-Link Omada Controller.

Why should we properly configure TP-Link Omada Attack Defense?

Attack Defense provides protection against outside cyber attackers by shielding your computer or network from malicious or unnecessary network traffic. TP-Links Omada Attack Defense can also prevent malicious software from accessing a computer or network via the internet. 

Let’s get started. 

  1. Log into your cloud controller either using the URL or The IP address assigned to the TP-Link Omada Controller.
  2. Once logged in go ahead and expand the menu by sliding your mouse to the left bar.
  3. Click on Settings down at the bottom.
  4. Next click on the Network Security.
  5. From here click on Attack Defense.
  6. Under Flood Defense. Have the following all checked marked with the default settings the set. 

    Flood Defense

    • Multi-Connections ICMP Flood
    • Stationary Source TCP SYN Flood
    • Stationary Source UDP Flood
    • Stationary Source ICMP Flood
  7. Under Packet Anomaly Defense Have the following all checked marked. 

Packet Anomaly Defense

    • Security Option

Now finish up by clicking the blue [ Apply ] button. You have properly configured Attack Defense Security settings with TP-Link Omada.

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  1. Good info, but can you provide some info what these does?
    Also why all is checked, except one: Multi-Connections TCP SYN Flood?

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