The control system of the incoming traffic on Windows?

Deployed a website and a small server for one application with the attached domain. In other words my PC is open to external traffic, network - regular home Internet, accordingly, no DDOS protection can not speak. The whole system on WINDOWS using Open Server(apache, etc).

The bottom line is this:
If any school attacks - they must be such as to discourage, can easily block the IP addresses of infringers through the firewall, but how do I know the IP, what are the programs for monitoring the incoming traffic.

P. S:
1) do Not talk about switching to other OS(Linux) because I know myself, but there's a reason that can't move.
2) I Have no Windows Server and regular Windows.

Thanks for the replies.
July 8th 19 at 11:57
4 answers
July 8th 19 at 11:59
Put it on your window Linux in virtual reality and procente in her network.

From Zaporozhets (Venda home, one thing) Lexus (Linux) or jeep (Venda server) just to be done.
July 8th 19 at 12:01
Solution good luck in learning
with a large attendance(15 online) the response rate may increase up to half a second.
This is only for the site but the question is - how to view the entirety of incoming traffic coming into my PC. - quinton_Daugherty83 commented on July 8th 19 at 12:04
: You are likely playing some kind of server? - Josiane75 commented on July 8th 19 at 12:07
: Yes, right. - quinton_Daugherty83 commented on July 8th 19 at 12:10
July 8th 19 at 12:03
under Windows netview as an option.
July 8th 19 at 12:05
but - how do I know the IP, what are the programs for monitoring the incoming traffic.
the question was about the behavioral filter, but no one understood it.
Indeed, to find a good and free behavioral filter under Windows - the problem is now.
1. However, there is the scheme of the "mirroring" port on a dedicated machine-the referee for the assessment of traffic and "skips" the signal to lock/unlock the iptables on the server machine (the installation rules connections).
That is, this system will act as a "guard" for Your server.
2. If it is ONLY on OpenServer ports, you can configure the same system on windows, monitors log requests to a web server, analyzing it, and writing specific rules to open or close the accesses.
3. You can do a monitoring on the basis of the prepend_file=... via php.ini that is most convenient to record all requests and then analyze them.

The easiest trigger:
1. The IP is from a range of subnets to search engines (or one of their IP)
2. IP is not in Your country
3. Requests to the first 3 m different pages occur at intervals of less than 3 seconds =>you can immediately lock on a selected range of network provider permanent (do not forget the services analysis web pages that You will be probably to use it - they should be in the white list).

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