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Linksys BEFSR41v4: When is a firewall not a firewall?

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Dan Ritter wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 28, 2009 at 11:55:11AM -0400, Don Levey wrote:
>> So the questions are:
>> Why are these attempts getting past the Linksys in the first place, and
>> How are they being directed to this one machine?
> Odds are very good that your Linksys has designated this one
> machine's IP address as the place to send odd UDP packets,
> perhaps on behalf of a VPN hole or ping hole?  Does the IP
> appear in any field on the linksys's config?

It does appear as the destination for *some* ports (it handles web and
mail).  However, those ranges are specifically set up in the appropriate

The DMZ isn't enabled on this router, nor is this machine's address set
up in it.

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