Look'N'Stop Log

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  1. thegreatoutlaw

    thegreatoutlaw Registered Member

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    I see a lot of UDP logs in my log tab, and when I right-click on any of them and click Show Rule, it points to the "UDP : Stop Netbios" default rule. Is it suppose to have a bunch of log entries in there for this rule? If so, does that affect system or network performance at all?
     
  2. Frederic

    Frederic LnS Developer

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    If you have more than 10000 alerts, or more than 10 alerts per second because of this rule, yes the PC performance could be impacted.
    Just removing the log attribute for that rule (the "!") and nothing will be written in the log.

    Frederic
     
  3. thegreatoutlaw

    thegreatoutlaw Registered Member

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    There isnt a ! attribute next to that rule
     
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    Also, when I right click on it, at the top of the menu says "Add Rule: UDP : Allow Port 1900"
     
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    thegreatoutlaw Registered Member

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    Ah... I think i found the rule. Its the BLOCK RULE "UDP : Any other UDP packet"... has a ! next to it, ill just uncheck that if thats okay?
     
  6. Frederic

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    Yes, if you want to have the packety dropped silently you just have to remove the ! (and press Save if you want to keep that change).

    Frederic
     
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