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Packet denied.

Discussion in 'Asuswrt-Merlin' started by EventPhotoMan, Aug 10, 2018.

  1. EventPhotoMan

    EventPhotoMan Regular Contributor

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    Is there any way to find out which client is trying to talk to 192.168.200 ?

    Aug 10 09:43:10 miniupnpd[2638]: try_sendto(sock=12, len=358, dest=192.168.1.200:38254): sendto: Operation not permitted
    Aug 10 09:43:10 miniupnpd[2638]: try_sendto failed to send 1 packets
    Aug 10 09:43:11 dnsmasq-d
     
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  3. EventPhotoMan

    EventPhotoMan Regular Contributor

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    Jack Yaz Very Senior Member

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    We're not your personal technical support. If/when someone has a suggestion, they will post.
     
  5. agilani

    agilani Senior Member

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    did look to see what the device is that is enabling pot 38254 for inbound connections? It could be an outside device trying to hit it from low tcp ports which are now allowed with default upnp

    you could always enable full traffic logging
    or you can setup manual port forwarding if you know what ports the device is expecting
     
  6. EventPhotoMan

    EventPhotoMan Regular Contributor

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    Nasty?
     
  7. Vexira

    Vexira Very Senior Member

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    no its valid you will have to wait till some one sees, thats just how it works.
     
  8. EventPhotoMan

    EventPhotoMan Regular Contributor

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    8A603EC1-4826-47DD-AE4C-8AAF058901AC.jpeg So I found out who it is that’s trying to connect to my client
     
  9. agilani

    agilani Senior Member

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    not a very clear picture, but it looks like your device is hitting another rfc1918 address on port 9000. In fact it looks like you have quite a few devices hitting that ip on port 9000.
     
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