Re: UDP portscans from local Win2K machine (Port 2049?)
Oops, I've got the IP address mixed up!
The IP belongs in fact to one of my Linux boxes.
So this behaviour is normal then.
Is there any way to convinvce scan detect daemon to not complain
Many thanks again!
On Sat, Jul 06, 2002 at 04:26:43PM +0000, Pollywog wrote:
>On Sat, 6 Jul 2002 18:12:56 +0200
>Balazs Javor <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Since a day or two I'm getting messages from the poertscan detector
>> on my Woody box about UDP portscans originating from my wifes Win2K
>> machine on out home LAN.
>> The scan is on the order of about 100000 connection attemts at a time,
>> directed to the broadcast address of the home lan (192.168.1.255)
>> It is usually directed to port 2049 as far as I can see, but there may be others.
>That is the port used by NFS, but I don't know why a windows box would be trying to connect on that port... is that machine running some NFS client?
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