[fw-wiz] TCP 4885 to 0's broadcast address

From: epperson@vak12ed.edu
Date: 11/14/02

To: firewall-wizards@honor.icsalabs.com
From: <epperson@vak12ed.edu>
Date: Thu Nov 14 17:42:43 2002

We're seeing traffic targeting the 0's broadcast address on one of our
subnets (e.g. mostly with a dest port of UDP 4885 (a few are bound
for TCP 4881). Sources tend to be a stream of various addresses within a
16-bit prefix, then it switches to another 16-bit prefix. Have not been able
to identify this pattern as to intent, although we're picking them off.

Does anyone recognize this footprint?


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