parityboy wrote:It could well be that the originating machine actually belongs to a network member
Operandi wrote:parityboy wrote:It could well be that the originating machine actually belongs to a network member
That's what I thought too. And, needless to say, that's quite unsettling.
I tried to connect to the Iceland node a few minutes ago, and the saga seems to continue. The ports and the source IP are different this time, but the destination IP is in the private "10.66.0.*" range again. Weird.
Tealc wrote:Have you reported this to firstname.lastname@example.org ?
cryptostorm_admin wrote:Ok, our support folks flagged this for me to take a look at. I've also asked DF to see if he has any feedback also. [...]
Pattern_Juggled wrote:This looks to me like a torrent client on a DHCP'd IP address, coming out of Denmark, that was likely talking with someone logged in thru Fenrir and now it's trying to find out if that peer is still around. [...]
marzametal wrote:I blocked the whole ISP as a just in case... lol
parityboy wrote:What's your budget?
Could you go for something like an EdgeRouter Lite?
Or maybe one of the Draytek small business routers?
I've heard good things about the ASUS routers, but I'd imagine the performance would pale compared to the other two.
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