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Simulate a DDOS attack

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Hi,
I'd like to simulate a DDOS attack for a college project (and to improve my own knowledge of the management/prevention of same) on a dummy home made network, can anyone suggest resources where I'd find details on how to do same please?
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Thanks for your prompt response, I'll review same and report back shortly
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ged325 - thanks again for those links, although they're helpful I was looking for more information rather than threads to forums so I'm going to leave the question open for a few days and see if I can obtain further detail.
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What information would you like?  Bees simulates the DDOS which achieves your goal no?
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Thanks for your help!
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