firewall reports inbound events even though behind mn700 nat with no forwarding

Discussion in 'Broadband Hardware' started by Guest, Jun 30, 2004.

  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Check for virus or spyware on your computer.

    Check also port forwarding and security logs in the router.
    Virus and spyware can open ports automatically in the
    router (btw, as example, you can see outlook and messenger
    opening ports).
    addresses to bypass my mn-700 setup with nat and firewall
    to reach my private ip addresses computer?
    from port 80 to some random port. there's also some
    connections that try to get made from unknown ports, things
    higher then 30000. it doesn't make any sense to me these
    can possibly bypass the mn-700.
    yes i said website because it's resolved to not
    just some subscriber's ip address.
    Guest, Jun 30, 2004
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