[Dshield] MSN AND DSL

John Dalton dubuque_1 at msn.com
Sat Jun 14 20:16:40 GMT 2003

Previously, I had the FR114P setup and was submitting the logs twice daily.
The problem is that I switched to Qwest DSL with the  MSN DSL modem 1000,
which also acts as a NAT firewall. I have emails into MSN to find a way to
allow the packets through, or to pass the data from the MSN DSL modem data
to the syslog server I had setup with the Kiwi Daemon and the Netgear router
when I had the RCA modem with my cable Broadband
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "TQMcube" <TQMcube at verizon.net>
To: "General DShield Discussion List" <list at dshield.org>
Sent: Saturday, June 14, 2003 2:45 PM
Subject: Re: [Dshield] MSN AND DSL

> On Sat, 2003-06-14 at 15:21, dubuque1 at mchsi.com wrote:
> > Netgear FR114P, Windows 2000, and as I had before the MSN DSL 1000
> > There was mention in the help of their DSL connection tool, it mentions
> > ability to change settings on your MSN modem at
> > however this does not appear to be an accessible address.
> > > On Sat, 2003-06-14 at 12:00, John Dalton wrote:
> > > > Anyone have experience with the MSN DSL 1000 modem, and how to allow
data to
> > > > pass to my netgear router/firewall or how to send the DSL modem data
> > > > syslog ?? I hate hardware devices that think they know whats best
for you
> > > > whether you like it or not.
> > > > jd
> > >
> I have the RT314. I'm not sure how similar they are but, with the 314, I
> telnet to the router and then I am presented with numerous menus. The
> default password is 1234.
> I recently switched to Linux but, under XP, I had excellent results with
> the paid version of Kiwi Syslog Daemon (they offer a free demo). You
> might also want to check LinkLogger.
> However, both require that you have your router filters set properly. I
> suspect that LinkLogger has a model-specific instruction page. If not,
> Blake is very good about answering email and he is familiar with most of
> the hardware.
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