Re: How are they broadcasting through my proxy server?

From: David (davidwnh@adelphia.net)
Date: 11/28/02


From: "David" <davidwnh@adelphia.net>
Date: Thu, 28 Nov 2002 16:02:36 GMT

Block 135 UDP incoming if possible. They use the broadcast address to hit as
many desktops as possible in one fell swoop as opposed to sending individual
traffic to each individual address. Funny how the IP address tracks back to
a "messagekiller.com" however they have no website. I guess it is a
purposeful misnomer used to mislead.

"J H" <h_jin3@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:2096abd2.0211272139.4c0b00c4@posting.google.com...
> shaundai@hotmail.com (Shaun D) wrote in message
news:<e67c1a7e.0211251639.1bd431a8@posting.google.com>...
> > I've been working on this for days and days... no solution yet. Take
> > a look at a sample of my MS Proxy 2.0 log below:
> >
> > 11/25/02, 10:22:59, 66.228.210.6, 255.255.255.255, Udp, 58729, 135, -,
> > 0, xxx.xxx.xxx.xx, -, -,
> > 11/25/02, 10:22:59, 66.228.210.6, xxx.xxx.xxx.xx, Udp, 58729, 135, -,
> > 0, 142.166.161.18, -, -,
> > 11/25/02, 10:23:00, 66.228.210.6, 255.255.255.255, Udp, 58729, 135, -,
> > 0, xxx.xxx.xxx.xx, -, -,
> >
>
> Oopps. Start with the simplest thing. Is IP Forwarding checked
> (enabled) on the Proxy server's TCP/IP properties tab?