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Posted Jul 17, 2013
8:20:10 PM
Event Log Errors

RG: 3801HGV

Firmware: 6.3.7.50-enh.tm

 

I have repeating entries with the following format:

 

Type = INF fw,fwmon

DST = 70.xxx.xxx.xxx  (U-VERSE 3801HGV RG IP Address)

Error Message: Unknown Inbound Session Stopped

src=218.65.30.104 (Other IP Address are listed also from around the world.)

 

Using IP Lookup the countries listed: China, USA, Netherlands and Taiwan

 

ipprot = 6, 17 etc....

 

sport = 18488, 42304,59182,50550 and others.

 

It looks like my RG is under attack. The log entries repeat numerous times.

 

Is anyone else seeing these entries?

Is this a cause for concern? My firewall and virus software are not reporting any issues and I routinely do complete scans of my entire system.

 

RG: 3801HGV

Firmware: 6.3.7.50-enh.tm

 

I have repeating entries with the following format:

 

Type = INF fw,fwmon

DST = 70.xxx.xxx.xxx  (U-VERSE 3801HGV RG IP Address)

Error Message: Unknown Inbound Session Stopped

src=218.65.30.104 (Other IP Address are listed also from around the world.)

 

Using IP Lookup the countries listed: China, USA, Netherlands and Taiwan

 

ipprot = 6, 17 etc....

 

sport = 18488, 42304,59182,50550 and others.

 

It looks like my RG is under attack. The log entries repeat numerous times.

 

Is anyone else seeing these entries?

Is this a cause for concern? My firewall and virus software are not reporting any issues and I routinely do complete scans of my entire system.

 

Event Log Errors

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A certain number of these are par for the course in today's Internet.  There are port scanners running all over the globe exploring the address space, looking for open ports.  When they find open ports, they try to exploit vulnerabilities.

 

If you have thousands per hour, then it might bear investigation, otherwise join the non-exclusive club.

 

 

A certain number of these are par for the course in today's Internet.  There are port scanners running all over the globe exploring the address space, looking for open ports.  When they find open ports, they try to exploit vulnerabilities.

 

If you have thousands per hour, then it might bear investigation, otherwise join the non-exclusive club.

 

 

*The views and opinions expressed on this forum are purely my own. Any product claim, statistic, quote, or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, provider, or party.

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