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you should see how many attacks I get from Chinese IP's each day on my network... mostly trying to break into my FTP servers.
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post #12 of 20
Their VoIP thingy..





God I'm evil
Edited by LiFTed - 3/6/11 at 9:03pm
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I'm probably speaking out of my mind here, but on the main PC (192.168.1.3) if you type in netstat -a does it show connections from that address?

I'll also assume you've shut down everything that you believe uses the network... I saw something suspicious one from "FriendFinder" or whatever and it just happened to be my chat client
no, just some google IPs, and loopback IPs....
    
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you should see how many attacks I get from Chinese IP's each day on my network... mostly trying to break into my FTP servers.
Hah, yeah.
Our ASA at work has logs every few minutes from IP's in China and Russia trying to exploit port 445 on our entire subnet..
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Probably just some kids messing around with stuff they don't know about. Typical bandwidth stupidity.
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Probably just some kids messing around with stuff they don't know about. Typical bandwidth stupidity.
I'm wondering if you are right and maybe I'm going overboard here a bit. No new entries in the log since. I will monitor it for now. If any one else has suggestions, please feel free. Thanks!
    
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I always get harmless junk, I have outpost firewall pro, and it logs every single packet and port scan. It gets fairly long over the day goes on but I don't worry, cause your behind a netgear router, as long as you have remote management setup to only your ip 192.168.1.? then they couldn't access it if they wanted, also reserve your 192 address for your desktop computer. That way the management can't be compromised, all pretty basic and secure. Even if they had your router info they couldn't access it.
Edited by Maelthras - 3/6/11 at 9:15pm
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I always get harmless junk, I have outpost firewall pro, and it logs every single packet and port scan. It gets fairly long over the day goes on but I don't worry, cause your behind a netgear router, as long as you have remote management setup to only your ip 192.168.1.? then they couldn't access it if they wanted, also reserve your 192 address for your desktop computer.
You generally want to disable remote management as 99% of the time this is merely referring to your WAN interface. The LAN interface will typically always accept connections from your LAN subnet.
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No, it refers to accessing the router to change settings. If it only accepts your wan ip, and that ip is reserved by your computer. Then only your computer can change settings or even attempt to login to the router.
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Then isn't what beers said correct? Or perhaps I misread.

IIRC with remote management off, other people outside your router (WAN, whatever) cannot access your IP. However, all the router's computer clients will be able to access it.

Regardless - If you're really feeling insecure though, grab yourself a firewall in case you don't have one already until these attacks/scans/whatevertheheckyouwannacallit disappear
    
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