Re: Ports getting hammered?

Duane Arnold wrote:
If you have closed the ports and ZA is not responding, then your problems are solved. If the router doesn't have SPI, then probes can come past the NAT router and I have had that happen on a Linksys I owned that didn't have SPI, which BlackIce I was using at the time blocked the probes.

Duane :)

Thanks for all the help Duane!

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