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    Senior Member Brak's Avatar
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    See attatched html log...

    Basically I just got my wireless Access point (a ME 102) and I started having trouble where my router would... freeze once in a while. At first I attributed this to the newly installed access point. Then I took it off and started looking at the routers config... All of a sudden I've got bazillions of incoming requests on port 9582 and 9578. None of them seem to be getting anywhere... but I'm assuming this is the reason that my router ate the pavement. This log was generated within seconds of restarting the router (powering down for a few min) so it can't be anything old, not to mention every time I click refresh it comes back. BTW, this log was generated without the ME102 connected at all.

    Please, help me
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    Senior Member filburt1's Avatar
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    Unless they're all within the course of one second, it's no problem. My router log is flooded with RFC hack attempts. The fact that you can get online means it's probably not a DDoS attack.
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