Smurf Attack

Discussion in 'other firewalls' started by MrZleevZ, Dec 11, 2013.

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  1. MrZleevZ

    MrZleevZ Registered Member

    Dec 11, 2013
    the netherlands
    Hi so this is my 1st post here on the Forum , not sure if i posted it at the right category.

    i was wondering what a logentry from my Router mean,s

    12/10/2013 18:12:13 **Smurf**>>, Type:3, Code:3 (from ATM1 Inbound)

    the 192 ip is me here on the local network , and the 180 one is problably not real , also wondering what inbound mean,s ..and i,m not seeing any kind of Port Nr

    thank you for your Feedback & Knowledge!:rolleyes:
  2. jnthn

    jnthn Registered Member

    Sep 22, 2010
    From wikipedia, a smurf attack is a flood of icmp packets. ICMP is layer 3 so there are no source and destination ports, unlike TCP or UDP, but do have type and code included in the packet header.

    You could set your router to drop ping requests coming from the WAN side (the connection to the internet) if there is a setting for this.

    Welcome to Wilders :)
  3. Sm3K3R

    Sm3K3R Registered Member

    Feb 29, 2008
    Maybe some connection has not ended well.Some kind of false alarm as if flood occurs for real connections may be lost or the router might crash and loose logs.
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