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Internet, Networking, and Wireless Discussion of networking, internet, and wireless including Apple's Airport products.

Linksys LOG VIEWER shows some weird things...

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When all my computers are shut down or sleeping I still notice the activity light on my router and modem blinking. So I turn on my desktop and pull up the Linksys Log Viewer and it shows in the incoming field a bunch of things - i assume someone is scanning or trying to enter my network???

The log viewer shows:

Date, Time, Src, Src_Port, Dest.

under Src it shows an IP of and its under various ports.

When this is going on *usually late at night* i can not connect my iBook to my own network. Things get all screwy and I have to reset my modem and router to make things work again. Maybe its a fluke but any comments would be appreciated. Thanks.
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