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I've got a Fairpoint/Verison router

Posted on 2012-03-23
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The router works great, but one thing I have noticed and can't get a n answer from the vendor on is that ...in the port forwarding there are several dozen (give or take) UDP ports open that I did not setup.  My local expert thinks it might be the vendor access ports to monitor / update the router?  heres is an example:

192.168.5.7   192.168.5.7    svchost (192.168.5.7:3414) 63944 UDP - UDP Any -> 63944 Any

I've taken the time to delete these but they always come back
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Do you have any applications in the Rule Management?  Port forwarding is usually associated with one of these, if it's a common application.
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Ok I am all set, first off the settings are entirely be default at set up.  The settings all for outgoing traffic to initiate inbound traffic on a seperate port.  In particualr games, but there are other uses....all of this is im "Port Triggering"

 L2TP Triggering - Layer Two Tunneling Protocol
 UDP Any -> 1701 UDP Any -> Same as Initiating  
 
 TFTP Triggering - Trivial File Transfer Protocol
 UDP 1024-65535 -> 69 UDP Any -> Same as Initiating
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Just cause you took the time to get involved.  Thanks
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