I read here:
Network bandwidth is the capacity of a network communications link to transmit the maximum volume of data from one point to another over a computer network or Internet connection in a given amount of time, usually one second. Bandwidth has the same meaning of capacity, and defines the data transfer rate.
Does this mean that the higher the bandwidth, the (generally) more likely that your router can withstand a DDoS?
And what is a typical bandwidth (in Gbps) that most routers have? If someone stresses my router with a 1Gbit/sec attack, how much bandwidth (or whatever it is that an attack’s effectiveness depends on) would I need to withstand it with 0 issues? If it doesn’t completely override my router to the point that it’s useless, would it give me lag or something?
NOTE: if there’s a better SE I could ask this on, please redirect me to it