Paul Kelly :: Blacknight Solutions wrote:
> Someone on the network is ircing, 135 auth requests are irc servers
> looking for an identd on the remote IP connections are made from. Its
> quite normal in the run of things, but perhaps IRC isn't something that
> should be allowed?
Thanks for the reply Paul.
When you say "someone on the network" are you talking about my LAN or
the ISP side of things? As I know for a fact, that no one is connected
to the network when these are coming in and that (from the logs) the
connections are being instantiated from an external IP.
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