Creating a DDOS protection web GUI can be a complex task and requires a good understanding of web development, networking, and security. Here are some general steps you can follow to create such a system:

  1. Identify the type of attack: Determine the type of DDOS attack you want to protect against, such as SYN floods, UDP floods, ICMP floods, etc.
  2. Implement a Firewall: Implement a firewall that can block unwanted traffic based on IP address, port, and protocol.
  3. Use a Reverse Proxy: Use a reverse proxy, such as HAProxy or Nginx, to distribute incoming traffic to multiple servers. This will help you to balance the load and mitigate the effects of an attack.
  4. Use a Content Delivery Network (CDN): Use a CDN to offload some of the traffic and to distribute it over multiple servers.
  5. Monitor Traffic: Use monitoring tools to monitor traffic and detect unusual patterns. This will help you to detect an attack early and to take appropriate action.
  6. Develop a Web GUI: Develop a web-based user interface that can be used to configure and manage the system. It should include features such as real-time monitoring, traffic logs, and attack blocking.
  7. Test your system: test your system in a controlled environment to make sure it works as expected and can effectively protect against the targeted attacks.

It's important to note that the DDOS attack are constantly evolving and new type are emerging, so it's important to keep your system up-to-date and to monitor for new types of attacks. Additionally, it's important to keep in mind that DDOS attack are illegal and you should consult with an attorney before create such a system. 

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