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Numerous incoming IP's in log?

Discussion in 'Networking Issues' started by rpeters83, Jul 21, 2006.

  1. rpeters83

    rpeters83 Network Guru Member

    I decided to turn on my log for my WRT54G and noticed that there are tons of incoming IP's (that are thankfully being denied). i can refresh it every few seconds and a few more would be listed.

    i set my ssid to not be broadcasted and changed the ssid but they still keep coming. i'm a little new but what is going on? thanks.
     
  2. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    can we see a part of the log? i would geuess the incomming log attempts would be from the WAN and not the WLAN
     
  3. rpeters83

    rpeters83 Network Guru Member

    denied 205.188.5.253 4929 TCP
    denied 205.188.211.65 2057 TCP
    denied 205.188.5.253 4929 TCP
    denied 205.188.211.65 2057 TCP
    denied 73.139.72.1 bootpc UDP
    denied 205.188.5.253 4929 TCP
    denied 85.98.129.24 1433 TCP
    denied 213.94.40.244 1026 UDP
    denied 85.98.129.24 1433 TCP
    denied 205.188.5.253 4929 TCP
    denied 73.139.56.1 bootpc UDP
    denied 205.188.5.253 4929 TCP
    denied 205.188.248.217 4944 TCP
    denied 73.139.64.1 bootpc UDP
    denied 73.135.232.1 bootpc UDP
    denied 73.139.48.1 bootpc UDP
    denied 73.139.56.1 bootpc UDP
    denied 73.139.72.1 bootpc UDP
    denied 73.135.100.1 bootpc UDP

    as i said, it changes every couple of seconds (grows and shrinks). all i have running is AIM and and remote desktop connection and outlook mail from my company server (not listed in the ip's).

    there is no spyware or viruses that i can detect. any ideas?
     

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