TRAFFIC BLOCKING WITH A ROUTER

We are having an issue with our ASA Firewall in that we are just getting hammered with IP's from CHINA.

They are hitting an invalid UDP/0 port, so it is dropping the packet.

So no rule I can put in will help.

I would like to put up a router or L3 switch where I can block traffic by IP address and the allow everything else,

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Matt VCommented:
You can block IP addresses with the ASA, but if there is that much traffic, you may need an actual IPS appliance to get enough horsepower to handle the ACLs.
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yostnetAuthor Commented:
UDP/0 is not a valid port so that ASA is dropping automatically |

but I would like to use a router to do this...  Possible to do that?

Martin
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yostnetAuthor Commented:
thx
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