[Dshield] Possible solution for ISP (was DShield's public goals)

Chris Ramsden chris at ramsden.org.uk
Thu Jan 19 23:50:45 GMT 2006


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Frank Knobbe wrote:
> 
> Right, but your firewall doesn't configure itself accordingly. The UPnP
> request supply the default gateway to the user. That's pretty much it.
> No inbound NAT to Joe PC forwarding is configured.
> 
So what's going on here?

UPnP Portmap Table
Active 	Protocol 	Int. Port 	Ext. Port 	IP Address
YES	TCP	6881	6881	192.168.0.6
YES	UDP	6881	6881	192.168.0.6
YES	TCP	6969	6969	192.168.0.6

- From a Netgear DG824M adsl router. That's port forwarding, isn't it?
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