They just resell Level 3 so yes, they can get that highI've heard that VeriSign is the best of the best. Last time I received a quote it started at 1Gbps of protection for $7500/month but they handle protection for a lot of financial firms so I am sure they can handle 22Gbps without blinking.
I run a VPN and web hosting, vpn has seen 6gbit, web hosting has seen 8 gbitBlackLotus is pretty nice, they come with the bells and whistles including attack monitoring and nice reports, but they're kind of pricey.
This site is using a BuyVM DDoS filtered IP, and things have been great in all honesty. It's been filtering out an ongoing HTTP flood that has been ongoing for days, and for the most part has taken the larger attacks with minimal effort. May be down for a couple minutes once an attack increases, but usually gets filtered out with relative quickness.
Another affordable option would be SecureDragon, I believe they've got DDoS filtered IPs too.
It really just depends on your budget. Have you been hit in the past? How hard? What are the exact requirements you need?
OVH offers DDoS protection for free on dedicated, VPS, and cloud (they raised their prices by 1 euro to cover the costs). They claim to be able to handle "unlimited" Gbps attacks.I would like to update the list of providers offering DDoS protection:
It is not that easy to find the correct location of the DDoS protection, because some providers do not publish that information.
- BuyVM: Based on Awknet (Los Angeles)
- SecureDragon: Based on CNServers (Portland)
- RamNode: Based on CNServers (Seattle)
- Liquid-Solutions: Based on CNServers (Seattle)
- URPad: Based on BlackLotus (Santa Clara)
So feel free if you can add some additional information.