03-20-2013 07:57:54 PM
03-21-2013 03:52:12 AM
How did you determine that hackers are hitting your IP? If your looking at the log in the router, mine shows the same thing and it's nothing to worry about. That's why the firewall is there.
Typically it won't change as your IP is assigned at the port in the VRAD. You can call support and ask them if they can change it remotely.
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03-21-2013 08:22:00 AM - edited 03-21-2013 08:27:44 AM
I was curious and asked SMEs about this before, and as far as we know, we (T2) don't have a way to just change someone's public address. A port swap will do it, but they're not going to do that for no reason. You could buy a static IP range, let it sit a while, and then go back to dynamic and you should end up with a different one, I'm told. They say you can leave the RG disconnected until someone else gets your address, but this will take ages if it happens at all.
If the firewall for your device is set this way, then there should be no problem as the RG won't accept traffic not corresponding to a socket opened by your computer for an intentional connection.