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Title: Blocking incoming tcp packet`s constantly. Hacking?
Post by: Jallastealth on July 16, 2013, 03:43:36 PM
Hi there!
This is my first post, and I tried to search for the same problem, but stikk got no solution to my problem.

Normally i have used my ISP`s router and my DIR-655 as a wireless accesspoint, but now i set up my ISP`s router in bridge-mode, so my D-link is dealing with everything.

That`s when i started checking my logs, and this is what it looks like:

[INFO]   Wed Jul 17 00:30:56 2013   Blocked incoming TCP packet from 23.65.29.74:443 to 83.243.221.48:50868 as PSH:ACK received but there is no active connection
[INFO]   Wed Jul 17 00:30:47 2013   Blocked incoming TCP packet from 23.65.29.42:443 to 83.243.221.48:50867 as PSH:ACK received but there is no active connection
[INFO]   Wed Jul 17 00:30:26 2013   Blocked incoming TCP packet from 81.167.38.9:443 to 83.243.221.48:50865 as PSH:ACK received but there is no active connection
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On and on and on and on...

different IP-adresses and portnumber all the way. sometimes from USA, sometimes from Africa, Australia,China and so on.

Why is this happening?

My firmware is 1.37EU.



Thanks for all the help.
Title: Re: Blocking incoming tcp packet`s constantly. Hacking?
Post by: FurryNutz on July 17, 2013, 10:50:11 AM
Thats the router doing his job and reporting what it's seeing while connected to the internet. Data packets coming in from various regions however the router can determine that it's nothing meant for your network so it blocks it. This happens all the time.
Title: Re: Blocking incoming tcp packet`s constantly. Hacking?
Post by: Jallastealth on July 18, 2013, 02:04:21 AM
Thanks for the reply.

Is it really supposed to happen 2 times every minute 24/7?


Title: Re: Blocking incoming tcp packet`s constantly. Hacking?
Post by: FurryNutz on July 18, 2013, 07:17:46 AM
Just depends on whats being carried thru your ISP network system and who's trying to send bad packets. Many people out there.  ::)