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Old 11-14-2005, 02:20 PM   #1
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traffic analysis assistance request

I'm new to IPtraf and am puzzled by these reports.
Is my router redirecting all bittorrent upload
requests to my web server?

The web server is internal
The torrent client is

IPTraf shows

TCP = 0 0 ---- eth0 = 1 48 S--- eth0 = 0 0 ---- eth0 = 1 48 S--- eth0 = 0 0 ---- eth0 = 1 48 S--- eth0 = 2 112 --A- eth0 = 3 355 -PA- eth0 = 1 48 S--- eth0 = 1 40 RESET eth0

UDP (86 bytes) from to on eth0

Yet my router shows that is
generating the traffic on port 6881,
which I believe is a bit torrent application 6881 26926 12666 6881 3406 45638 49152 26881 6881 6881 6881 61173 1100 6881

Does this mean that my router is sending all the
upload requests to the web server in the DMZ?

Why does the UDP window show that port 6881 is being
addressed on the web server?


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