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sonicwall 300

Posted on 2006-06-26
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ihave a sonicwall 300 and every few minute is show this IP spoof detected -       Source:10.1.1.4, 137, LAN -       Destination:10.1.255.255, 137, WAN - what do i need to do to resolve this?
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by:zephyr_hex (Megan)
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for one, i'd recommend opening the question in the hardware forum so you can assign points.
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You can disregard these messages - the firewall detected something on the WAN port and stopped it.  That is what you want it to do

/Justin
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by:ghurtnet1
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What bothers me is it is showing up in te logfile at least one a minute..
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by:NYtechGuy
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Its really nothing to worry about - I think the sonicwall likes to look like it is doing something.
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