Type:11 Code:0 comming from my ISP?

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  1. stevvie

    stevvie Registered Member

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    I installed Loon'n'Stop the other day and must say I VERY pleased with it. My log seems to be filled with THOUSANDS of this entry
    D-44o_O? Date ICMP : All ICMP types (nukes, ...) ICMP cr0.smba.uk.easynet.net Type:11 Code:0. Now my ISP is Easynet. My question is should I just keep blocking Or should I allow this as I have no idea what it is. I seem to get 3 ever 30 or so seconds FOREVER.

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  3. Frederic

    Frederic LnS Developer

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    It is strange you receive so many packets like this.
    For me, something in the network configuration (either on your side or the remote side) is not correct.

    If everything looks fine in the connections, and you just have these alerts, yes, you can simply create a rule to block these packets but without creating an alert in the log.

    If you observe some slowness or whatever, I suggest you create the rule but you allow the packets (you can do that simply with a right click on one of the alert).

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    Frederic
     
  4. stevvie

    stevvie Registered Member

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    I just installed looknstop on my daughters laptop that only had the built in XP Firewall, and that too was being bombarded with these packets.
     
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