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ghilly63

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    RE: Strange Security Message
    Thanks Karma I'll see what I can find out
    Link to this post 24 Nov 09

    Thanks Karma I'll see what I can find out

  • ghilly63
    RE: Strange Security Message
    Hi, Thanks for your response, just a quick correction on your reply: 2009-11-19 09:50:53 - UDP Flood - Source:192.168.1.3 ,57285,LAN - Destination:194.168.4.100,53,WAN The destination is a 194 not a 192 subnet, My external IP currently is 77.101.212.219 My Router primary DNS is 194.168.4.100 which matches the Destination address and its always port 53, which you would expect. The router internal address is 192.168.2.1 DHCP is delivering an IP address range of 192.168.2.100 through 192.168.2.200 So it makes no sense to me, Could my router be compromised somehow? Regards Gordon
    Link to this post 20 Nov 09

    Hi, Thanks for your response, just a quick correction on your reply:

    2009-11-19 09:50:53 - UDP Flood - Source:192.168.1.3
    ,57285,LAN - Destination:194.168.4.100,53,WAN

    The destination is a 194 not a 192 subnet,

    My external IP currently is 77.101.212.219

    My Router primary DNS is 194.168.4.100 which matches the Destination address and its always port 53, which you would expect.

    The router internal address is 192.168.2.1

    DHCP is delivering an IP address range of 192.168.2.100 through 192.168.2.200

    So it makes no sense to me, Could my router be compromised somehow?

    Regards

    Gordon

  • ghilly63
    Strange Security Message
    My internal network runs with a 192.168.2.x class C address range but my router (It's also the DHCP server of course) keeps emailing me the following message: 2009-11-17 19:53:00 - UDP Flood - Source:192.168.1.3 ,58393,LAN - Destination:194.168.4.100,53,WAN How come the source is 192.168.1.3? The Destination is my ISP DNS server I guess I hope someone can explain whats going on, Gordon P.S. I don't run an internal DNS Server. :blink:
    Link to this post 20 Nov 09

    My internal network runs with a 192.168.2.x class C address range but my router (It's also the DHCP server of course) keeps emailing me the following message:

    2009-11-17 19:53:00 - UDP Flood - Source:192.168.1.3
    ,58393,LAN - Destination:194.168.4.100,53,WAN

    How come the source is 192.168.1.3?

    The Destination is my ISP DNS server I guess

    I hope someone can explain whats going on,


    Gordon

    P.S. I don't run an internal DNS Server.

    :blink:

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