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Standard User Croftie
(member) Fri 24-Aug-12 08:14:05
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Re: Alert in modem log


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I had yes which is what made me post, as techguy points out though it's in a private range so nothing to worry about.

Still a bit miffed why it's flagged as an "alert" and "Intrusion", but it's disabled now so doesn't really matter.

Thanks for the link, it confirms private range and has some other interesting info that I don't quite understand. What exactly has he acheived in this post?
Standard User burakkucat
(experienced) Fri 24-Aug-12 14:36:52
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Re: Alert in modem log


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In reply to a post by Croftie:
Thanks for the link, it confirms private range and has some other interesting info that I don't quite understand. What exactly has he acheived in this post?
Hi Croftie,

I am not absolutely sure and feel it is not sensible to speculate (especially on this forum, where things can rapidly go off at a tangent and then spiral out of control with the help of trolls). To gain a clear insight into what he reports, I would need to have access to an Openreach GEA service and then work through each step, carefully analysing the results that I obtain.

100% Linux and, previously, Unix.
Standard User Croftie
(member) Fri 24-Aug-12 19:41:37
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Hey, if you don't know, you don't know.


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Standard User burakkucat
(experienced) Fri 24-Aug-12 19:46:52
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wink

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