RE: Need help analyzing firewall log message
#define ICMP_ECHOREPLY 0 /* Echo Reply */
#define ICMP_DEST_UNREACH 3 /* Destination Unreachable */
#define ICMP_SOURCE_QUENCH 4 /* Source Quench */
#define ICMP_REDIRECT 5 /* Redirect (change route) */
#define ICMP_ECHO 8 /* Echo Request */
#define ICMP_TIME_EXCEEDED 11 /* Time Exceeded */
#define ICMP_PARAMETERPROB 12 /* Parameter Problem */
#define ICMP_TIMESTAMP 13 /* Timestamp Request */
#define ICMP_TIMESTAMPREPLY 14 /* Timestamp Reply */
#define ICMP_INFO_REQUEST 15 /* Information Request */
#define ICMP_INFO_REPLY 16 /* Information Reply */
#define ICMP_ADDRESS 17 /* Address Mask Request */
#define ICMP_ADDRESSREPLY 18 /* Address Mask Reply */
From: Christian Pernegger [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: quinta-feira, 14 de setembro de 2000 14:59
To: Debian security list; Debian user list
Subject: Need help analyzing firewall log message
Sep 14 19:41:44 jesus kernel: Packet log: \
input DENY eth1 PROTO=1 10.34.15.1:3 x.x.x.x:13 L=56 S=0x00 I=3405 F=0x0000
Happens in bursts of ~7, once a day, maybe more
eth1 is the external interface, connected to a cable modem that is fully
(That is I block all incoming/outgoing private LAN addresses and it still
This is the only thing that I ever see coming in from a private address.
Protocol 1 is ICMP according to /etc/protocols.
10.34.15.1 seems to be other end of the cable modem bridge. (I made a route
The target ip is my box.
How do I read the ports in ICMP logs?
I'm sure it's legit, I just wanna know WTF my ISP is doing...
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