when I reboot I get 4 or 5 dings

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  1. divedog

    divedog Registered Member

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    is this just Look n Stop sending something to the log file or is it blocking some packets? I just installed it yesterday as per Blackspears settings except I have logfile ticked. How do I tell what is being blocked? All applications show allow.
     
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    01-30-06,20:02:36 U-0 'All other packets ' 224.0.0.22 IGMP Data:148 4 0 0
    01-30-06,20:02:37 U-1 'All other packets ' 224.0.0.22 IGMP Data:148 4 0 0
    01-30-06,20:02:45 U-2 'UDP : Any other UDP pack' 239.255.255.250 UDP Ports Dest:1900 Src:1038
    01-30-06,20:02:48 U-3 'UDP : Any other UDP pack' 239.255.255.250 UDP Ports Dest:1900 Src:1038
    01-30-06,20:02:51 U-4 'UDP : Any other UDP pack' 239.255.255.250 UDP Ports Dest:1900 Src:1038
    01-30-06,20:05:21 U-0 'All other packets ' 224.0.0.22 IGMP Data:148 4 0 0
    01-30-06,20:05:22 U-1 'All other packets ' 224.0.0.22 IGMP Data:148 4 0 0
    01-30-06,20:05:30 U-2 'UDP : Any other UDP pack' 239.255.255.250 UDP Ports Dest:1900 Src:1038
    01-30-06,20:05:33 U-3 'UDP : Any other UDP pack' 239.255.255.250 UDP Ports Dest:1900 Src:1038
    01-30-06,20:05:36 U-4 'UDP : Any other UDP pack' 239.255.255.250 UDP Ports Dest:1900 Src:1038
    01-30-06,20:10:11 U-0 'All other packets ' 224.0.0.22 IGMP Data:148 4 0 0
    01-30-06,20:10:12 U-1 'All other packets ' 224.0.0.22 IGMP Data:148 4 0 0
    01-30-06,20:10:20 U-2 'UDP : Any other UDP pack' 239.255.255.250 UDP Ports Dest:1900 Src:1038
    01-30-06,20:10:23 U-3 'UDP : Any other UDP pack' 239.255.255.250 UDP Ports Dest:1900 Src:1038
    01-30-06,20:10:26 U-4 'UDP : Any other UDP pack' 239.255.255.250 UDP Ports Dest:1900 Src:1038
     
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    why can't I make a rule for this. I think it is what is causing the dings.
     

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    Nevermind I figured it out. Thanx to the thread on configuring with routers.
     
  5. JohnnyBravo

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    I had the same problem
    I have just turned sound off
     
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    If you are behind a router it’s better if you make a rule for IGMP packets. See the thread on configuring when behind a router.
     
  7. IWTKAG

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    I have made the rule as per the router configuration thread says however I keep getting all these logs on ICMP, TCP and UDP. TheTCP and UDP keeps bugging me about port 50882 (this is the port I use for P2P, however Azureus isnt running and ive already configured LnS to allow 50882 for TCP and UDP) .
    Also every time I sign in MSN Messenger I get a UDP port 9 and ICMP port 3.
     
  8. JohnnyBravo

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    *I also have these ICMP ,TCP , UDP logs ,
    * how I know what to chose when adding a rule:doubt:
    http://img20.imagevenue.com/loc283/th_45781_logs.JPG

    *is it normal that the log file looks full like mine( I'm constantly getting new logs)o_O
    *can I try to use the same settings for IGMP packets, I do not have them in my log
    *I've solve this problem by turning the sound off , for now , is it OK:doubt:
     
  9. WSFuser

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    the log shows blocked attacks or scans; there is nothing u need to worry about. and turning off teh sound doesnt do anything bad either. its just to notify of log entries (blocked stuff).
     
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