Skip pinhole rule
None of my home network services, which I've been running for many years, are now receiving outside connections via my router. I have a static IP assigned to the router, a 5268AC FXN
The router system log is full of :
daemon: rulemgrd: Skip pinhole rule, nodeid: -1, appid: 180, rc 22
And the firewall log has things like:
IN=br1 MAC=e0:22:03:x:x:x SRC=182.x.x.x DST=104.x.x.x TTL=48 PROTO=TCP DPT=2323 Drop Unknown Incoming Packet
IN=br1 MAC=e0:22:03:x:x:x SRC=123.x.x.x DST=104.x.x.x TTL=44 PROTO=TCP DPT=8080 Drop Unknown Incoming Packet
Since I haven't made any changes to my router in months, except to reboot it a few times to try and clear this problem, does this mean I need a new router?