Help on look 'n' stop rules...

Discussion in 'LnS English Forum' started by lorife, Sep 26, 2005.

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  1. lorife

    lorife Registered Member

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    ok I tried with another guy..this is the log:

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    10-20-05,22:41:18 D-847 'TCP : SYN flag alone ! ' 82.60.125.140 TCP Ports Dest:3410 Src:1965
    10-20-05,22:41:25 D-848 'TCP : SYN flag alone ! ' 130.85.248.119 TCP Ports Dest:6348 Src:2954
    10-20-05,22:41:28 D-849 'TCP : SYN flag alone ! ' 130.85.248.119 TCP Ports Dest:6348 Src:2954
    10-20-05,22:41:56 D-850 'All other packets ' 192.168.100.1 IGMP Data:17 100 238 155
    10-20-05,22:42:56 D-851 'All other packets ' 192.168.100.1 IGMP Data:17 100 238 155
    10-20-05,22:43:56 D-852 'All other packets ' 192.168.100.1 IGMP Data:17 100 238 155
    10-20-05,22:44:26 D-853 '+ Port Scan? + ( Echo 8,' 82.78.120.218 ICMP Type:8 Code:0
    10-20-05,22:44:28 D-854 'TCP : SYN flag alone ! ' 213.140.22.67 TCP Ports Dest:1313 Src:16533
    10-20-05,22:44:31 D-855 'TCP : SYN flag alone ! ' 213.140.22.67 TCP Ports Dest:1313 Src:16533
    10-20-05,22:44:37 D-856 'TCP : SYN flag alone ! ' 213.140.22.67 TCP Ports Dest:1313 Src:16533
    10-20-05,22:44:56 D-857 'All other packets ' 192.168.100.1 IGMP Data:17 100 238 155
    10-20-05,22:45:57 D-858 'All other packets ' 192.168.100.1 IGMP Data:17 100 238 155
    10-20-05,22:46:31 D-859 'TCP : 139 netbios-ssn ' 82.60.119.122 TCP Ports Dest:139 Src:3370
    10-20-05,22:46:34 D-860 'TCP : 139 netbios-ssn ' 82.60.119.122 TCP Ports Dest:139 Src:3370
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    his Ip was 213.140.22.67
    but I am sorry to say this...it's still very slow..

    I don't know if it's important, but that guy was behind a cable connection (Fastweb - 10Mb fiber optic) , which uses NAT...and I am a dial up ADSL user..
     
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  2. lorife

    lorife Registered Member

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    help...
     
  3. lorife

    lorife Registered Member

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    Phantom are you still there? o_O
     
  4. lorife

    lorife Registered Member

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    O'well..
     
  5. Frederic

    Frederic LnS Developer

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    With the standard or enhanced ruleset, do you have the same issue ?

    Frederic
     
  6. lorife

    lorife Registered Member

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    I have to try that...I'll let you know! Thanks for the answer btw.. :)
     
  7. Phant0m

    Phant0m Registered Member

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    It’ll be of an issue regardless what rule-set because of a particular type of rule, a critical rule and should not be removed or disabled, this setup we have now with MSN requires a specific TCP port range to be permitted in through which I do not support. I recommend quickly creating a ‘server rule’ using Log menu on blocked packet.
     
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