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    UDP Traffic

    I am seeing an unusually large amount of UDP traffic in my router logs today...2 seperate sites...different ISPs

    Anyone else??



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    Not today, but this happened to me at my home last year. I run some jobs at night that backup data from the office to the house. They failed. When I investigated I found several sites bombarding us with UDP traffic. I captured some sample traffic and contacted my ISP's security department. Turns out, they were the culprit.... a bad router change. It took several days of badgering them in order to get them to look into it. Once they looked, they figured it out pretty quickly, but we were down for about a week.

    Comcast Sucks.

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    yeah.....2 seperate providers...although up here in the great white north ISPs providing DSL "lease" the infrastructure from ma Bell.....


    I think I could blame it on Bell Canada and their throttling or "shaping" practices...

    and incompetent configuration and traffic management

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    What destination port is being hit?
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    I think its some one torrenting on my LAN...which is against policy...

    destination ports 33435-33442

    has stopped...

    am digging deeper today

    probably the same activity on the other site. I only used it to compare activity....that other site I dont manage full time....have access to everything still...they only call me when they break things and cant fix them

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    Those ports don't mean anything to me, but it could be torrents indeed.
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    I would go with torrents, I actually use those particular ports to bypass my work perimeter
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    yeap...youporn dot com

    I guess thats the youtube for p0rn

    Fricken execs .....

    Sometimes I hate my job

    not sure whats on with the other site.........lots of UDP...different ports....probably the same type of shite...

    Probably another exec too

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    Youtube for porn is redtube.com btw :P
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    pfft. Now stop adding crap to the post and help the original problem out.
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