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Re: QAZ probes from webtv?
On Tue, 3 Oct 2000, Sami Juvonen wrote: > > Dan Hollis <[email protected]> wrote on Sun, 1 Oct 2000 20:08:03 -0700 > (PDT): > > Anyone else seeing webtv probing your customers for QAZ? > > The following webtv hosts seem to be probing our dialup customers port > > tcp/7597: > > WebTV Networks is not probing for QAZ. > > After reviewing the log files Dan Hollis provided, it appears that > these packets are normal TCP communication between a WebTV terminal > and the WebTV service. The client terminal initiates a connection, > picking a random source port. The service is trying to establish a > connection with the client using that port. This behavior is not > limited to WebTV. It appears that the packet from the service was > caught in Dan's perimeter router ACL. > > Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any concerns about > WebTV and security or network interoperability issues. Please see > http://www.webtv.net/contact/contact.html for contact information. > > > Thank you, > > Sami Juvonen, Systems Engineer, > WebTV Networks, Operations Engineering > So, Dan's ACL was trapping any TCP traffic destined to 7597 and not just TCP SYN? --- John Fraizer EnterZone, Inc