|UDP/ICMP Floods||5 minutes or less|
|SYN Floods||5 minutes or less|
|TCP Flag Abuses||5 minutes or less|
|GET/POST Floods||15 minutes or less|
|DNS Reflection||10 minutes or less|
|DNS Flood Attack||10 minutes or less|
Xlitt commits to providing a Consistency-Of-Mitigation level of no less than 95%. Consistency-Of-Mitigation is defined as being the proportion of the traffic that is forwarded to Customer’s protected assets via the Service that is clean.
Service is defined as the DDoS mitigation service provided byXlitt pursuant to the terms of the Agreement or sales order(s) to protect against attacks that may saturate Customer’s internet connectivity.
The following table describes the remedies should Xlitt fail to meet its Consistency-Of-Mitigation commitments following the Time-To-Mitigation target period within any given calendar month:
|Time-To-Mitigation Duration (Per attack) or Continuous Loss of Consistency||Remedy|
|Greater than TTM target & less than 90 minutes||1 day credit of monthly Service fee|
|Greater than/equal to 90 minutes & less than 180 minutes||3 days credit of monthly Service fee|
|Greater than/equal to 180 minutes||4 days credit of monthly Service fee|
Customer shall be eligible for remedies if affected by a Service Outage and it reports the interruption in the Service to Xlitt within five (5) calendar days of the commencement of the outage event. Xlitt shall determine in its sole discretion exercising good faith whether the interruption to the Service caused a Service Outage using its records, data and other evidence. Xlitt shall make remedies to Customer for valid Service Outage claims accordingly.
Service Outage is defined as an interruption of the Service as a result of Xlitt actions or failures that results in:
|Service Outage Occurrence||Time elapsed since a Service interruption became a Service Outage||Remedy|
|Single event within a calendar month||Less than 3 hours||2 days credit of monthly Service fees per Service Outage|
|Single event within a calendar month||More than 3 hours but less than 72 hours||3 days credit of monthly Service fees per Service Outage|
|Multiple events within 3 calendar months||Events greater than 45 minutes (at least one event in any 10 days)||Material Breach – Customer can terminate Service|